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Home Remedy for Nose Blood

Nose bleeding is a common ailment that is found in children and adults alike. It is mainly the result of the vulnerability of the nose lining that contains various tiny blood vessels, which tend to bleed easily. There are various reasons or causes of nose bleeding, such as injury to the nose, infection of the mucous membrane, dryness, cold, nose picking and also a sudden impact or blow to the nose. Still, there may be instances where nosebleed occurs without any specific cause. Most of the nose bleeding occurs in the front part of the nose and can be stopped easily. In case the bleeding takes place internally, you need to consult a doctor. Given below are some of the home remedies for treating nose bleed, naturally.
Home Remedy For Nose Bleed

  • The best way to stop bleeding in the nose would be to blow the nose, forcefully, once. By doing this, the clot, if any, will come out. Once the clot is out, the opening in the nose will contract itself.
  • Put a drop or two of lemon juice in the nostril that is bleeding. This is an effective way to stop nose bleed.
  • Saline water serves as a good natural remedy for treating nose bleed. For this, put a pinch of salt in half a glass of water and spray it inside the nose.
  • Dip a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and apply it on the bleeding nose. It helps the blood to congeal and will bring the bleeding to a stop.
  • When nosebleed occurs, you need to make sure that the surroundings are not dry. Humidify the air with a good air humidifier. This would prevent the nose from working exceedingly hard, thereby preventing bleeding.
  • In a pint of water, add a tsp of goldenseal. Put the solution in a pan and place it on flame. Once the first boil comes, turn off the flame and let the decoction settle down. When it gets cool, snuff some into the nostrils. Repeat this a few times a day.
  • Apply an ice pack on the exterior of the nose. This is an easy and effective way to cure nose bleeding.
  • Placing a wet towel on the head has been found to be beneficial in curing nose bleeding.

Causes & Symptoms of Nose Bleed
        Nose bleed is a common phenomenon that is seen in adults and children alike. Though a not-so-serious situation, it can be life threatening at times, especially in case of older people. Generally, nose bleeding is the result of a minor injury inside the nose, mainly by nose picking or blowing the nose very hard. The occurrence of nose bleeding is predominant in the winter season, as the upper respiratory infections are more frequent during this time and the temperature and humidity fluctuate more dramatically. There are a number of reasons due to which nose bleeding occurs. In the following lines, we have listed the various causes and symptoms of nose bleeding.
Causes Of Nose Bleed
  • Infection
  • Trauma, including the one self-induced by nose picking
  • Allergic and non-allergic rhinitis
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Use of blood thinning medications
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Tumors
  • Inherited bleeding problems
  • Blowing the nose very hard
  • Minor injury of the nose
  • Cold or flu (influenza)
  • Blocked, stuffy or dry nose, often caused by an infection
  • Hayfever
  • High altitude
  • High blood pressure
  • Excessive use of nasal decongestants.
  • Excessive use of cocaine
  • Nasal congestion, due to a nasal allergy
  • Strep throat
  • Sinus infection
Symptoms Of Nose Bleed
  • Bleeding from one or both nostrils
  • Frequent swallowing
  • Drowsiness
  • Weakness
  • A trauma or confusion about the bleeding
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