BMJ Group Medical Reference
Exercise gets your blood pumping and improves your circulation. There hasn't been any good research looking at what difference exercise makes to Raynaud's phenomenon, but doctors usually recommend it.
Government advice recommends getting at least 30 minutes of exercise, most days of the week.  Make sure you exercise safely and don't overdo it, or you could risk injuring yourself.
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