The Raynaud's Association, the leading advocacy organization for people in the United States and beyond with Raynaud's phenomenon, recently endorsed The Writer's Glove® as a recommended product for its members.
In a review posted here, the association noted how The Writer's Glove stands apart because of the ability to type on computer keyboards while providing coverage for the entire hand:
One of the first impressions I had was that they were similar in style to some of the heated glove liners I’d tested and wanted to compare the two options for typing ability. There was no comparison: I can use the heated liners to browse, but not easily to type – these gloves are definitely an improvement.
The full review also contains a special discount code, but you'll have to click here to get it.
In talking with the staff at the Raynaud's Association, I learned many, if not most, people with Raynaud's don't know they have it. They understand their hands and fingers are colder than others' hands and fingers, but not necessarily that this is a medical condition. While the severity of Raynaud's varies from person to person, it's not a bad idea to ask a medical professional for an evaluation if this sounds like you.
While there is no cure for Raynaud's, there are treatments and products that can help. I'm glad the Raynaud's Association is there to offer support and guidance for managing the condition. Visit them here.