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Everyone Gets Nosebleeds

Whether you live an active lifestyle, or have chronic nosebleeds, they usually happen at the most inconvenient moment. Especially when you don't have time to deal with one. It doesn't matter when or where a nosebleed happens, whether you are playing sports, hiking at high altitudes, in your car, or at the office—NozePax is the simplest and fastest way to contain and stop a nosebleed. Keep NozePax on hand and send nosebleeds packing!

If your nosebleeds persist or last longer than 20 minutes on several occasions could be a sign of an underlying condition.  You should consult a doctor.

Doctor's Visit

You can help prevent nosebleeds by using a NozePax nasal plug as an applicator to lubricate dry nostrils. Dip a NozePax nasal plug in Vaseline, swish in the nostril, and toss. 

Some common causes for nosebleeds include: 

  • Dry nostrils

  • Seasonal changes

  • High blood pressure

  • High altitudes

  • HHT

A newly diagnosed disease is HHT.                  What is HHT?

​Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) and also known as Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome, is an inherited disease that causes blood vessels to malform. Though there is currently no cure for HHT, there are some treatments available, and many support groups for those living with HHT such as Women with HHT; HHT Awareness and Cure HHT.

Further Reading:

"Nosebleeds: When It’s Time to Get Medical Attention."

          Columbia University Irving Medical Center

"Nosebleed (Epistaxis)."

          Cleveland Clinic

"Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)"

          Yale Medicine

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