Nosebleeds occur when a blood vessel in the nose bursts or becomes damaged. In most cases it is not dangerous. Sometimes children have nosebleeds for no apparent reason. Frequent and severe nosebleeds can be a sign of an illness. In this case, the doctor must carry out an intensive examination in order to clarify the causes.
Homeopathic remedies are used primarily when the nosebleed is caused by an injury or when there is a constitutional tendency to nosebleeds.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for nosebleeds that best suits your situation.
Nosebleeds in children, with alternately pale and flushed face. The cause is often a growth spurt.
after an injury or a blow to the nose, as well as in the event of an injury to the nasal mucosa. Even after great physical exertion.
slow bleeding with dark blood. There is pressure between the eyes or a tight feeling in the nose. Even with frequent nosebleeds.
dark red blood and strikingly pale face. There is a great need for fresh air. Well suited for elderly people with frequent nosebleeds.
if you have frequent nosebleeds that occur spontaneously and for no apparent reason. The blood is bright red.
First stuffy nose, then sneezing or blowing your nose with bright red blood admixture.
Violent nosebleeds with bright red blood. Blood spurts out of his nose in spurts. The bleeding starts with the first movement in the morning. Nosebleeds often occur when patients are suffering from severe headaches. The bleeding does not relieve the headache.
Causes of Nosebleeds
- high blood pressure
- blood disorders or blood cancer
- long-term vitamin C or vitamin K deficiency
- blood clotting disorders
- slap on the nose
- Injuries to the nasal mucosa during colds or hay fever from blowing your nose hard
More tips and hints
If you have a nosebleed, have the person sit down and tilt their head forward to allow the blood to drain from their nose and not choke it. If the bleeding is not too high, the nostrils are squeezed tightly with the thumb and forefinger. A cold rag on the back of the neck helps constrict the vessels to stop the bleeding. If the nose continues to bleed, it is better to see a doctor.