Cold hands and feet in the winter isn’t pleasant for anyone, but for those who suffer from Raynaud’s disease it can be a nuisance which is difficult to prevent.

Raynaud’s, for anyone who doesn’t know, is a circulation problem, so blood doesn’t travel to your extremities as quickly as it should.

There are ways that those who suffer from Raynaud’s can prevent an attack. Fish oil and Ginkgo supplements are supposed to help by improving your tolerance of the cold as well as cutting down on caffeine and smoking, if you’re a smoker.

One way which is proven to be very helpful is by getting yourself moving and exercising regularly. This increases your blood flow and helps your circulation.

So, to keep your Raynaud’s at bay, keep yourself toasty with hats, gloves and socks as well as getting yourself out in the fresh air and getting your blood flowing!