Raynaud’s and Running | Salty Running
It’s 45°F outside and I’m ready to run, dressed in shorts, a t-shirt, and … mittens? I can happily run into the mid-30s in shorts, but my hands need coverage if it’s cooler than 55°. And regardless of what I do, my fingers will become white and immobile about 15 minutes after every chilly run.
Sound familiar? You might be one of the estimated 28 million people who experience Raynaud’s phenomenon.