Prevent A Nosebleed
Nosebleeds are more common in cooler weather, when people turn up their heat. To prevent nosebleeds, try to keep your home comfortable but as cool as feasible and use a vaporizer to get humidity back into the air. Avoid blowing your nose too hard and always sneeze with your mouth open. Frequent nosebleeds triggered by irritation from dry air can be kept in check by using nasal saline spray and water-soluble jelly. And if you smoke, quit. Smoking dries and irritates your nose.