Fingers Refilling After a Reynaud’s Phenomenon Cycle
There are a couple of different photos on this list with people who have Reynaud’s phenomenon, but none with people whose whole hands are affected. Now, is this fascinating? This guy was apparently outside in the cold, and when he got back in, he decided to snap a photo of his hand slowly starting to unchill.
His whole hand was probably the same color as his fingertips were in this photo before he got warm. Fortunately, Reynaud’s phenomenon doesn’t usually affect someone negatively. For the most part, it means that your hands or feet turn a different color whenever you are exceptionally cold. Some also turn purple instead of white when cold.