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Nate G

Raynauds Syndrome

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Calcium channel blockers can be extremely dangerous, because of it's side effects. For one, I did not see much of a benefit after struggling with my out of control Raynauds after my appendectomy. And the blood pressure drop can be radical during periods of physical exertion, even leading to blackouts. I don't thin one should take such risks with ice climbing.

Raunauds is considered an auto-immune condition, so approach should reflecting the fact. What worked for me, and what allowed me to resume my winter activity were diet changes, and lowering my stress.

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