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Homeopathy treatment, or homeopathy medicine for the cure of nose bleed.

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

The nose is a part of the body that is very rich in blood vessels (vascular) and is situated in a vulnerable position on the face. Any trauma to the face can cause bleeding from the nose. This is common in dry climates, or during the winter months when the air is dry and warm from household heaters.

Nose Bleed Cause

  • Trauma to the nose (nose picking, foreign bodies, forceful nose blowing).
  • The most common cause of a nose bleed is drying of the nasal membranes.
  • Tumors, particularly malignant tumor of the nose or sinuses.
  • The incidence of nosebleeds is higher during the colder winter months when upper respiratory infections are more frequent, and the temperature and humidity fluctuate more dramatically.
  • Use of “blood thinning medications” called anti coagulants.
  • Recurrent nosebleeds may be a symptom of an underlying disorder such as high blood pressure.
  • Inflammation of the nose or sinuses and cold may cause a nose bleed.
  • Deviated septum (when the partition between your nose is crooked), foreign objects in the nose, or other nasal obstruction may also cause nosebleeds.
    Symptoms
  • Bleeding from one or both nostrils.
  • Frequent swallowing.
  • Sensation of fluid flow in the back of the nose and throat.
Homeopathic Medicine 

Aconitum napellus

Approach to nosebleed heralded by marked anxiety and restlessness, with fullness of head, in young and plethoric persons.

Agaricus muscarius

Epistaxis in old people, of a passive character; in blowing the nose blood comes out of it, early in the morning, immediately after rising; this is followed by violent epistaxis; from overwork at desk; profuse foetid discharge from nose.

Aloe socotrina

Nosebleed in bed after waking up; redness of nose in open cold air.

Ambra grisea

Copious nosebleed early in the morning; dried blood gathers in the nose; lean, delicate, sickly-looking people; nosebleed with the menses.

Ammonium carbonicum

Epistaxis every morning on washing face, after dinner, after repeated sneezing, especially if after the flow has ceased a bloody mucus is often blown from the nose; epistaxis with dry coryza, especially at night, without the slightest air passing through; when stooping blood rushes to tip of nose. Hands look blue after washing in cold water and veins distended.

Antimonium crudum

Nosebleed with vertigo, after headache, following rush of blood to head.

Antimonium sulphuratum auratum

Nosebleed on washing.

Antimonium tartaricum

Uncontrollable epistaxis, with spongy gums, as in scurvy; nosebleed, followed by fluent coryza, with sneezing.

Argentum metallicum

Violent bleeding when blowing the nose, with tickling, crawling sensation in nose, or after dinner.

Arnica montana

Epistaxis, preceded by tingling; copious after every exertion, from mechanical causes; after washing face, during whooping-cough, typhus, etc.; nosebleed in growing children; discharge of several drops of thin blood from nose on first blowing it in the morning; blood bright-red, mixed with clots and leaving a bruised sensation behind.

Arsenicum album

Nosebleed after a fit of passion; passive haemorrhage, accompanied by vomiting and great distress and restlessness.

Baptisia tinctoria

Epistaxis or oozing of dark blood from nose during typhoid (Apis).

Baryta carbonica

Epistaxis before catamenia; frequent nosebleed, especially with florid, scrofulous persons.