Raynaud's Phenomenon

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Raynaud's Phenomenon referenced in TMS Books

Raynaud's phenomenon refers to the tendency for people's extremities, hands and feet to react excessively to cold and become whitish or even blue. This is a psychologically induced overreaction to the autonomic system's normal response to cold by restricting circulation of blood to the extremities in order to converse heat. This is yet another example of hyperactivity of the autonomic nervous system in response to emotional stimuli.

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