Desiree Holmes Scherini BCH, MHt, LBLt, CRMT Answers
I also have Reynauds, and like some others mentioned, I notice I have not been bothered with it as much recently. The things I found that made it worse (besides cold, of course) were caffeine, and stress. Both of which will restrict blood from the extremities. Even inside my home, sometimes my toes and fingers would turn white and go numb. For about a year now, I've been taking a tumeric supplement, and I think it has helped the reynauds (even though I was not taking it for that) So, a couple of simple suggestions - try adding tumeric with black pepper supplement, and practice some form of meditation, with imagery of warm hands and feet. If you practice the imagery often enough, when you are experiencing the effects of reynauds, you can call on it in the moment to help the symptoms.