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so let’s talk about raynaud’s syndrome whatxa0 is it it’s a condition where your fingertips turn literally blue or purple usually afterxa0 exposure to cold because cold is a trigger stress can trigger it but what’s happeningxa0 you’re having this spasm in your arteries and your blood flow and you’re getting thisxa0 pool of venous blood and it can last for minutes to hours okay and the treatment is usually avoidxa0 cold and or give you some type of medication that involves influencing your sympathetic nervousxa0 system which is part of the autonomic nervous system which gives us a clue on where the problemxa0 might be this problem really comes from a failure of your autonomic nervous system to adapt to coldxa0 and the risk factors could be having a history of frostbite women in their 20s and 40s and havingxa0 estrogen dominance so estrogen can trigger this condition now there’s primary reynoddsxa0 which is idiopathic which means unknown cause or it occurred spontaneously okay or it could bexa0 secondary and that comes from a connective tissue disorder like lupus or some type of autoimmunexa0 condition what do you do about it what can you take to resolve this vitamin b1 has shown somexa0 remarkable improvements in reducing symptoms from raynaud’s i’m going to put the link down below butxa0 and vitamin b1 also helps women balance estrogen so if you have estrogen dominance vitaminxa0 b1 can help so maybe that’s why it works but there’s another reason too because vitaminxa0 b1 helps support the autonomic nervous system and this problem is usually a problem withxa0 the autonomic nervous system so b1 can greatly help there’s another remedy that i’m going toxa0 recommend it’s called inositol hexanocotinate which is a combination of vitamin b3 and inositolxa0 and it just so happens that this condition helps improve vein circulation which is affected by coldxa0 so those are the two remedies that i’m going to recommend for raynauds before you go if you havexa0 a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you want to know how to begin ketoxa0 or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smooth i havexa0 a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in the us hopefully inxa0 the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the number down belowxa0 so you can call and get some help
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Do your fingertips turn blue when you’re cold? You could have Raynaud’s Syndrome. Find out more.
0:00 What is Raynaud’s syndrome?
0:30 Raynaud’s syndrome treatment
0:45 Causes of Raynaud’s syndrome
0:55 Raynaud’s syndrome risk factors
1:08 Primary and secondary Raynaud’s syndrome
1:25 What can you do for Raynaud’s syndrome?
Today we’re going to talk about Raynaud’s syndrome. Raynaud’s syndrome is a condition where your fingertips turn blue or purple, usually after exposure to the cold. Stress can actually trigger Raynaud’s syndrome as well. This could last from minutes to hours.
The treatment for Raynaud’s syndrome is typically to avoid the cold and/or medication that involves influencing the sympathetic nervous system, which is a part of the autonomic nervous system.
This problem may actually come from a failure of the autonomic nervous system to adapt to the cold.
A few Raynaud’s syndrome risk factors:
• A history of frostbite
• Women in there 20s to 40s
• Estrogen dominance
Primary Raynaud’s syndrome:
• Is idiopathic (there is an unknown cause or it occurred spontaneously)
Secondary Raynaud’s syndrome:
• Comes from a connective tissue disorder
What can you do for Raynaud’s syndrome?
1. Take vitamin B1
2. Take inositol hexanicotinate
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