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12 December 2003

Help for nosebleeds

Nosebleeds are common injuries and can be easily treated, according to Canada's St. John Ambulance. Here's how to handle a bloody nose.

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Nosebleeds are common injuries and can be easily treated, according to Canada's St. John Ambulance.

Here's how to handle a bloody nose:

  • Sit down with your head leaning slightly forward.
  • Pinch the soft part of your nose for about 10 minutes.
  • Loosen the clothing around your neck and breathe through your mouth.
  • Don't sniff or blow your nose for a couple of hours.

If a head injury caused your nosebleed, get medical help immediately.

- (HealthDayNews)

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