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How to Stop a Nosebleed

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  • One home remedy for a nosebleed is apple cider vinegar, which is said to constrict the blood vessels
  • Some nasal sprays are said to help with minor nosebleeds, but it’s best not to use them, as they could make the bleeding and congestion worse, and they’re ill-advised for long-term use
  • It's said that 60% of people have experienced a nosebleed in their life, with children between 2 and 10 years old and adults between 50 and 80 years old being the age groups that are most prone to this ailment
  • Nosebleeds usually occur in dry climates or in cold months, when you spend most of your time indoors, where heaters are used. This is because the heat causes the nasal membranes to become dry and cracked

Although they're fairly common, nosebleeds are rarely a cause for concern. It's said that 60% of people have experienced a nosebleed in their life, with children between 2 and 10 years old and adults between 50 and 80 years old being the age groups that are most prone to this ailment. But why does a nosebleed occur, and what are the most effective ways to deal with it?


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