You start the day ready to go and the dreaded nose bleed occurs out of nowhere. You ask yourself why? There are several reasons why you might experience a nosebleed.
Dr. Sergio Cortes says there are several health issues in your life can trigger a nosebleed. Health issues can lower your body’s ability to properly clot the blood which can cause a nosebleed. Also a rapid increase in the pressure of your blood can sometimes contribute to a nosebleed happening. Rapid blood pressure in the body that is followed by a severe headache, difficulty with breathing, and nervousness can contribute to a nosebleed. Constant allergies, colds, or habit of consistently blowing your nose can gradually irritate the lining in the nose. Constant irritation of the lining of your nose can be associated with a nosebleed.
Dry air can contribute to a nosebleed. Dryness can cause the lining of your nose to get irritated and eventually bleed and/or crack. Blood-thinning medication can also contribute to a nosebleed occurring. Also accidental picking of the blood vessels in the nose area can cause a nosebleed to form.
Sometimes nosebleeds can be treated properly at home. Other times it is important to seek medical attention when having a severe nosebleed. More than one nosebleed occurring each week is a great indication that it would be best to talk to your doctor. For more information regarding a nosebleed and your health follow link.