DRxNoze Nosebleed Relief - Causes – ByzMed, LLC


Who is most likely to get a nosebleed?

  • People involved in athletics (boxing, wrestling, hockey, football, etc.)
  • People on blood thinning agents (warfarin, aspirin, etc.)
  • People involved in cold weather and high altitude activities
  • People that live in a dry climate
  • People using nasal steroids
  • People upper respiratory infections
  • People with a deviated septum
  • People with allergic and non-allergic rhinitis
  • People with hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • People with a history of alcohol abuse
  • People with inherited bleeding disorders (such as Hemophilia and Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia) (learn more about these health conditions by clicking on the names)
  • People with less common causes such as tumors or treatment related to tumors

Types of Nosebleeds

 Anterior (front)
  • Bleeding closer to front of nose
  • Less Severe
  • Usually involves dry nasal membranes

Posterior (back)
  • Blood usually runs down back of throat
  • Usually occurs in older people


                              Position of Bleeding                                        

Apply at very start of bleeding to prevent worse bleeding.

(ie. a little blood on tissue after blowing nose)