What are the most common symptoms of raynauds disease?

Raynaud's. Raynaud's syndrome is a spasm of the small vessels of the hands most often related to cold weather, emotional stress, or a multitude of other factors. Classically it is described as cold hands which first turn "ghost white" and then become purplish in color, most often trigged by the cold. This usually gets better when the hands are warmed. At worst it can cause ulcerations of the fingers.
Raynauds. cold sensitivity to digits of hands and feet brought about by cold weather, trauma, and stress this occurs as the body dilates blood vessels that are essential to life and constrict blood vessels in the periphery that are non essential.
Cold hands&feet. If you are diagnosed with raynauds syndrome you have it causes your fingers and toes and tip of your nose and ears to feel numb and cool in responce to cold temperature or sometimes stress it is caused by smaller arteries that supply blood to the the skin narrow, which causes lack of circulation to the affected parts of body you may find your fingers, toes, tip of the nose and ear lobes get affected.