If you suffer from random nose bleeds you usually should not worry at much.
The bleeding usually come from the front nasal septum and mostly has no etiologic cause.
Whatever the reasons, the random nose bleeds in 90% of the cases stops spontaneously, while the remaining percentage require medical intervention.
Professional advice – do not exaggerate with the nasal decongestants.
Bleeding from the nose can be uncomfortable if a person doesn’t know how to stop it in the right way, especially if it occurs outside the home, because an additional anxiety may occur. Always remember that whatever the reasons, the bleeding from the nose in most of the cases stops spontaneously.
Individuals with high blood pressure and patients who take long-term therapy against blood clots are often struck by random nose bleeds. The hypertonics can prevent these random nose bleeds if they regularly take their prescribed therapy, which prevents the oscillations in the blood pressure.
In the first occasion when you try to aid someone who has bleeding from its nose, first thing you need to do is restrain the person to whom it happens. Even then, you can move on to some specific undertakings.
How to stop random nose bleeds
The prevention for protection against these random nose bleeds is done by firstly make the bleeding stop. To be able to do this you should first start by proper blowing of the nose (omit this action in case of fracture of the nose) or cleaning of the blood that is collected in the nasal cavity, tilt forward the head of the person, then with the thumb and forefinger firmly press and hold the nose of the person with a duration of 2 to 3 minutes.
During this procedure, you can put some cold compresses to the back area of the neck of the person.
During viral infections and colds you should not exaggerate with nasal decongestants, because their long-term use leads to damage to the mucous membrane.
Few extra information about nose bleeds:
– Swallowing blood in larger quantities which then may cause an instant sense of vomiting.
– The more frequent bleeding may result in occurrence of anemia.
When bleeding from the nose might be a concern?
– If it occurs very frequently and there are blood flows in larger quantities!
– If during blood flow you experience superior arrhythmia (abnormal heart beats).
– If during the bleeding you feel a lack of air (choking).
– Feelings of dizziness and loss of consciousness during the blood flow.
– Feeling extreme headache during blood flow.