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How does Felodipine treat Raynaud's syndrome?

Symptoms of Raynaud's syndrome happen when areas of the body do not get enough blood because your arteries have narrowed. Felodipine is a calcium channel blocker. Felodipine blocks calcium from acting on your blood vessels and your heart. This keeps everything relaxed, allowing your heart to pump more slowly, more evenly and with less effort. The blood vessels open, allowing for better blood circulation.

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