Steph, I was diagnosed with Raynaud's in the mid 70's. I also suffered in cold or cool, damp weather. My hands would literally turn snow white and I would have to put them under running warm water to restore circulation when I came in. I don't know if that was the right thing to do but it helped. In the mid nineties, a dermatologist sent me to a rheumatologist. He suggested that I wear extra heavy clothing on my upper body layered to force blood circulation into my extremities. This along with the fact that I started taking an aspirin every morning has helped considerably. I rarely have the problems for the last few years. I also was diagnosed with scleroderma by that rheumatologist, but I don't believe it is as severe as some people have. I do suffer from lethargy occasionally (flu-like symptoms). But even that doesn't happen as often as it used to. I wish all the people with these symptoms could send around things they believe are helping to the others who are suffering to see if it eases some of their problems. I have been interested the the dietary vitamin supplements such as vitamin C, E and potassium and zinc. Although do read about these or consult a doctor because you should want to stay within the daily recommended dosage. A good book is "Vitamins, Herbs, Minerals and Supplements, The Complete Guide" by H. Winter Griffith, M.D. Do pay particular attention to potassium if you are lacking energy. Bananas are a really good source of potassium and I don't believe several a day would be harmful. Gatorade which alot of athletes drink to renew depleted potassium after work outs may be good also. I don't drink gatorade but I do eat bananas. Hope this might be of help to you.