In some cases,
nosebleeds medically termed
epistaxis can be associated with an underlying illness.
high blood pressure, malaria, scarlet fever, sinusitis, and typhoid fever are all known to
cause nosebleeds, some of which can be serious and result in significant blood loss. Conditions that cause increased bleeding tendencies, such as hemophilia, leukemia, thrombocytopenia (a below-normal
concentration of platelets in the blood), aplastic anemia, or
liver disease, also may be implicated in
Nosebleeds are much more common in children than they are in in adults. This is no doubt largely due to the fact that children like to stick their fingers and other objects into their nostrils. In addition, children's tissues, including the mucous membranes lining the nose, are also thinner than those of adults and therefore more vulnerable to damage.
There are two classifications of nosebleeds, depending on where
in the nose the blood is coming from. Posterior nosebleeds primarily afflict elderly people and those with high blood pressure. In this type of
nosebleed, blood comes from the rear of the nose and runs down the back of the mouth into the throat, no
matter what position the person is in. The blood is usually dark red in color, although it can be bright red.If the bleeding is severe, blood can flow from the nostrils as well.
The overwhelming majority of nosebleeds are anterior nosebleeds, in which bright-red blood flows from
the front part of the nose. Most often they are the result of some type of trauma to the nasal tissues. If the
person stands or sits, the flow of blood comes out of one or both nostrils. If the person lies on his
or her back, the blood may flow backward, into the throat. This type of nosebleed can be frightening, and it may look as if there is a lot of blood, but in reality it is not usually serious and very little blood is
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of nose bleeds as well as good general health of the whole body. Many children's diet is very
poor and this may result in nose bleeds and other health problems.
natural antioxidant and free radical destroyer, help prevent
tissue damage. Not getting enough of these in your
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nose bleeds and related problems.
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||It works with
bioflavonoids as an antioxidant to promote healing in the human body. A deficiency of vitamin C in the diet will increase
of nose bleeds.
Other Changes To Make
drink 6-8 glasses of steam distilled or
filtered water a day
eat 50% raw fruits and vegetables (organic is best)
nuts, seeds, and whole grains are good
juice is good (make your
own with a juice machine)
do not worry as much about calories as eating the right foods
carrot and celery sticks are good to use as a snack
a colon cleansing can be very helpful - (do several times each year)
do not drink coffee, alcohol, soda pop, other junk food drinks
do not eat processed foods white sugar, white flour, etc...
use stress relief like going for walks in the park
(or the 10/90 rule - see
brown rice is good to eat
avoid red meat and animal fats
reduce dairy products cheese, milk, and others
fast a few days a month
get at least 8 hours of sleep
exercise light to moderate amounts
avoid artificial sweeteners like Aspartame and NutraSweet
do not smoke and avoid second hand smoke
do not skip meals - just eat better and not as much at each meal
do not chew gum - it can cause you to feel hungry
do not watch too much TV try reading a book or something else