Nose bleeds are rarely serious, often a result of irritation or damage to the nose, especially in dry weather. Some people experience regular nosebleeds, which should be examined by a medical professional. Most nosebleeds can be treated at home, but if you bleed more than a cup of blood, or are also bleeding in the mouth, seek medical care at a nearby Carbon Health.
- Nosebleeds can have several causes, but the most common cause is dry air, which can irritate and dry out the lining of the nose, causing it to crack and bleed. Other common causes of nosebleeds include allergies, upper respiratory infections, and frequent nose picking. In some cases, nosebleeds can be caused by high blood pressure, blood clotting disorders, or the use of certain medications such as blood thinners.
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