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When heaters are turned on in the winter, changing weather/ temperature the nasal and sinus mucous membranes become dry and irritated.
The cilia (hair cells of the lining membrane of the nose) may die so that normal nasal secretions do not get swept to the back of the nose for swallowing, but stay in the nose and become crusts and scabs.
The forceful blowing of these nasal crusts may be associated with recurrent bleeding.
A lubricating cream on the insides of the nostrils and the septum helps tremendously.
Just a pea-sized dab per nostril up to three times a day if necessary, can do the trick.
Suitable, easily available creams and ointments include Neosporin, Vaseline, and Mentholatum.
Other self-care measures may include: sitting up straight and tipping the head forward slightly; applying direct pressure with the thumb and forefinger, whilst pinching the bridge of the nose for around 10 minutes, or applying an ice pack to the bridge of the nose to constrict the blood vessels.
Purchase over-the-counter Afrin nasal spray to use as needed for nosebleeding. This spray helps to decrease blood flow to the nose and will help to reduce nosebleeding if it occurs.
Saline nasal drops help to keep the mucosa moist.
However, there are several other new products that can be used, such as Nasalcease which is a good product to use in nose bleeds. Another product that can be used in case of anterior nose bleeds is WoundSeal Powder for Nosebleeds.
So you can try the newer products as well which are better in controlling nose bleeds of this sort especially the ones which occur repeatedly.
Steam inhalation with oil of eucalyptus in it can also be helpful as well.
Do even simple things like meditation, relaxation, or even yoga.
The dry mucosa can also be treated with an increased intake of plain water which would be very helpful as well.
Applying ice to the bridge of the nose also helps control bleeding.
If the bleeding does not stop within 20 min please go to the ER immediately for control of bleeding.
Hope I have been able to clarify the situation for you and helped in resolving your query.
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