How To Quickly Stop A Nosebleed


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9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    it HELPED !

  2. Diane says:

    None of your tips worked! Help!

  3. Casey says:

    This made my nosebleed even worse!

  4. Eric says:

    Hi Casey,

    Sorry about your nosebleed. As for making it worse, I am not sure how step one could have made it worse. Applying pressure for one minute just below the bridge of the nose is a standard first aid procedure for dealing with a bloody nose. It must be done with pressure. If you simply squeeze the nose its not going to work. Make sure you are applying pressure in the right spot and with the right about of force.

    Step two should have only been done if step one was ineffective. This is because the clot is preventing the pressure from being effective. I hope your nose will stop bleeding soon.

  5. Brooke says:

    Thanks, this helped right away :)

  6. Angie says:

    This REALLY WORKS! And really helped with my nose bleed, its kept me awake since five a.m!

  7. Angie says:

    (Follow-up comment,) The next time my sister will get a nose bleed,(and trust me,that will be very soon she gets constant nose bleeds in the summer) i will try those technecs on her! thnx

  8. Maury says:

    I suffered chronic nose bleeds as a child.

    If pinching, blowing and pinching again fail to stop the bleeding, a cold-pack on the back of the neck and forehead constrict the blood-vessels slowing the bleeding.

  9. robert says:

    when it happen to me i put my nose under cold water and snort it in my nose it stops it every time

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