How to Stop a Boody Nose with a Easy Breathing Remedy
1. You need to contact a physician if the victim has frequent or
hard-to-control problems with his or her bloody nose.
Warning 2. Brain injury often results in severe nose bleeding. If a
victim is bleeding from the nose after a trauma, such as a vehicle accident or
fall, call 911 immediately.
For other situations, relatively healthy people (with no serious problems, such
as heart disease, stroke, epilepsy, COPD, and so forth) can apply a very simple
breathing exercise that teaches you how to
stop a bloody nose in 2-3 minutes. It has over 90% success rate for
light and moderate cases.
How to stop nose bleeding (instructions)
1. Lean forward and press your finger tightly (but not too hard) against your
nose so it closes off the bleeding nostril.
2. Start deep breathing through the open nostril with nearly the same
respiratory frequency as you have at rest. You need to take about 2-3 times more
air per each breath. Your new breathing pattern (hyperventilation) is shown
below with the blue line, while the black line shows your usual breathing.
Practice mild overbreathing for next 2-3 minutes.
4. Slow down your breathing back to your usual automatic breathing and check if
5. If bleeding is reduced about 2-3 times, but is still present, repeat
overbreathing for 2-3 minutes.
6. If the bleeding hasn't stopped in 10 minutes, you should head for the
doctor's office or emergency room.
Why "How to stop a nose bleeding" breathing exercise works
Overbreathing reduces CO2 levels in the
arterial blood. CO2 is the most potent known vasodilator. Therefore,
hyperventilation immediately decreases blood flow to the brain and the area
You can also apply this exercise during dental surgeries. In fact, many
dentists advise their patients to breathe more to prevent excessive blood losses
and stop nose bleeding fast.
Most situations with bleeding involve pain. As a result of pain, it is
common that people start to hyperventilate. However, nearly all cases of
nose bleeds are nearly painless. Moreover, due to a shock, many people hold
their breath, accumulate more CO2 in the blood, and this greatly increases
Note that this overbreathing exercise reduces body O2 levels and should be
used only as a temporary measure. In fact, in normal conditions when you
don't have problems with bleeding, you need to breathe slower and less for
better health (see the Table below) to cure your nose bleeds permanently.
Vitamin C for frequent problems with a nose bleeding
Keep in mind that frequent nose bleeds
often indicate a lack of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in the
body. Therefore, in order to prevent a bloody nose that
is coming back, get a vitamin C supplement from a pharmacy
or eat foods fortified with vitamin C.
Natural lifestyle choices before and after breathing retraining
||Body oxygen < 30 s
||Body oxygen > 50 s
||Medium, low, or very low
|Desire to exercise
||Not strong, but possible
||Craving and joy of exercise
|Intensive exercise with nose breathing
||Hard or impossible
||Easy and effortless
|Typical mind states
||Confusion, anxiety, depression
||Focus, concentration, clarity
|Craving for sugar and junk foods
|Addictions to smoking, alcohol, and drugs
|Desire to eat raw foods
||Weak and rare
||Very common and natural
||Rare and requires efforts
||Natural and automatic
||Often of poor quality; > 7 hours
||Excellent quality; < 5 hours naturally
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