My Raynaud's is fairly minor, but I do a couple of things... space heater under my desk and near my favorite chair to keep my feet (and the cat) warm. Heated shawl for over my shoulders. Heating pads and electric blanket as needed. I know some people can't get items out of fridge or freezer without gloves - sometimes I use my pot holders for freezer items. Hats - even if your head isn't cold, it helps keep the body heat in. Warm drinks, not icy ones. Hot tea! Room temperature fruits, I don't keep them in the fridge. That's all that comes to mind right now.
Would a lotion of some sort help with the split finger tips? Maybe some brisk activity (as tolerated) to get the blood moving?
Lynnwood, Dx: 2000, Found HW 2005, HW Lupus/Sjogren's Moderator May 2006-May 2018
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