Hey Y'all, I'm not trying to start a big debate or blow up over health issues. Just get a little imput. I recently found out that the trouble I have been experiencing with my hands is Raynaud's Syndrome. The doctor said I basically have two choices...steroids or wearing Isotoner gloves 24/7. Since I don't tolerate steroids well, I opted for the gloves. So far I've had huge relief, even if the gloves are a pain in the you-know-where. Last night I dropped my brand new cell phone in the dog's water bowl trying to pick it up with gloves on! Another strategy I read about is using paraffin wax treatments. So I'd like to know, does anyone use either the gloves or the wax and how good was the relief? P.S. Now that they have diagnosed me with the Raynaud's the doctor says I was misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia 12 years ago and what I actually have is either a. Lupus, b. Rheumatoid Arthritis, or c. Scleroderma. I'll find out soon, after more tests are completed.