Raynaud’s and Running | Salty Running

img_0353It’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.

Full story at SaltyRunning.com.

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