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Raynards Disorder

Skin Health | Last Active: Jul 30, 2018 | Replies (4)

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It helps to dress in layers. Smartwool socks are wonderful, not terribly bulky and very warm. Hands are more difficult especially since we use them all the time. When I am outside I always have warm gloves/mittens on and when home and not using my hands as much if it happens I slip on a pair of light weight gloves or have a nice cup of tea and keep my hands wrapped around the mug. I had no idea I had this until I was diagnosed with Sjogrens. Pretty much it is a comfort the symptoms situation. Cold hands, warm heart.

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Thanks. I do wear smartwool socks as well as merino tops which I do find useful. I have also lost some weight, due to excessive hiking, and I believe this may also be contributing. Thanks for your advice.