Today we are going to talk about the causes of nosebleeds and how to stop them. Occasionally, nosebleeds occur in daily life. Do you know what causes nosebleeds?
Nosebleeds often occur when a lot of stress or fatigue builds up, or when you pick your nose. If you can’t get to the hospital, we’ll show you how to stop nosebleeds that you can do at home.
First, nosebleeds occur when shock or pressure is applied to the nose with delicate skin. When nosebleeds, it is common to cover the nose and tip the whale back. However, that method is not a way to stop nosebleeds, and blood can reflux into the lungs or airways, causing more serious problems, so it is most effective to lower the head down to reduce the pressure. If you accidentally tilt your head back, it is okay if you tilt your head down again.
Secondly, another way to stop nosebleeds is to cover the bleeding nose with a tissue or gauze, lower your head slightly, breathe through your mouth, and hold both noses to stop bleeding. Since nosebleeds are located near the entrance of the nose, where there are many blood vessels, it is said that if you stop the nosebleed, the nosebleeds will stop.
Today, we learned about the causes of nosebleeds and how to stop nosebleeds. One of the reasons for nosebleeds is that the mucous membrane of the nose is dry, so controlling the humidity in the room or humidifier is also said to prevent nosebleeds.
If you use the method to stop nosebleeds when it is not severe, the nosebleeds stop, but if you have frequent nosebleeds or do not stop bleeding for a long time, it may be anemia or heart disease. It’s also a good way.