Did you know that Raynaud’s Syndrome (or Raynaud’s Disease) is experienced by between 5 and 10% of the population – but for approximately 80% of sufferers, it goes completely undiagnosed and is something they manage without knowing what they are experiencing.
The following video from the Raynaud’s Association explains the condition
With the onset of fall and winter, the symptoms can often get worse and sufferers can benefit significantly from exercising some of the great tips and idea from forums and supports groups on the internet.
Finding the support networks and people to follow can be difficult. In this roundup post, we’ve gathered resources from around the world into a single page. If you know someone who would benefit, please share the link with them. If you have any resources we are missing, send us an email and we would be pleased to add it to the list.
Raynaud’s Support Websites
Raynaud’s Association Forums
Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK
Raynaud’s Facebook Pages and Groups
Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK – SRUK
Raynauds Scleroderma Awareness- Global Patients
Raynauds Unit Royal Free Hospital
Raynauds Disease / Phenomenon
Living with Raynaud’s
Raynauds Phenomenon Sufferers: Invisible Illness
SYC Raynaud’s awareness
Raynaud’s Disease or Syndrome
Lizzy’s Raynauds & Scleroderma Craft n Chat
Raynaud’s Twitter Accounts
The Raynaud’s Association is a national non-profit organization providing support and education to the millions of sufferers of Raynaud’s Phenomenon.
Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK is the only charity dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by Scleroderma and Raynaud’s.
We are here to help with guidance, advice & products to help you manage Raynaud’s Disease.
Blood vessel spasms brought upon by strong emotions and cold temperatures, resulting in loss of circulation to the extremities
Tips, treatments, and info about Raynaud’s disease and Raynaud’s phenomenon for people who get attacked by cold, white fingers and toes!