Raynauds Syndrome "... is a spastic vascular disorder causing
discoloration of the fingers, hands, toes and feet. The phenomenon is
recognized by toes suddenly going very cold and showing a
discoloration pattern of white, blue and red."
Raynaud’s is certainly one of the most peculiar of medical
conditions afflicting millions of people worldwide.
Raynaud's Syndrome affects 5 to 10 percent of the general
population in the United States.
The disease is a very
common ailment affecting all ages, but most often women. The
Framingham Study found that 5.8% of men and 9.6% of women
suffered from Raynaud's Syndrome.
Raynaud's Syndrome is distinguished by spasms of the blood vessels in the hands
known as “vasospasm”. Vasospasms are sharp persistent contractions of
the “arterioles” restricting blood flow to the extremities, like
Raynaud's Phenomenon can also afflict some people’s
ears, nose and tongue.
They are classically described as
being accompanied by color change of the skin (white, blue,
and then red).
Although the exact cause of Raynaud’s Phenomenon is not yet
understood, medical researchers believe it mostly has to do
with our body's reaction or overreaction to cold
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