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What's causing my Nosebleeds in the morning?

- All windows are closed (Only cold air coming is from my front door right across from my bedroom door which is usually mid-open) 

- My humidifier is always before I sleep (warm/cool mist that shouldn't matter right)

- An humidity meter is place in bedroom & it was 30c. % outside was -10c.

- No heater on.

- Men usually sleep with boxers on so if I'm too old cold when I wake up is that causing it?

- I have several pillows/blankets that are meant for the winter months they keep you nice and warm.

Outside of my bedroom I have 4 other water basins out.

- Is taking anti-acids pills and Naproxen causing it? (didn't take any last night didn't need too)

- not enough fluids? (I usually drink water before bed and leave it by bed)

Update:

oh could a past injury damage my nose vessels (2017) ( had 10 stitches across the forehead & two just above the nose between the eyes and eyebrows

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  • 2 months ago
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    That's bcuz you're breathing dry, heated air all night. The tissues in your sinus cavities dry out and that makes tiny capillaries break & leak blood. Other than a humidifier, there's not much you can or need to do. It's not a genuine nosebleed, just a minor inconvenience.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Have you ever accidentally punched yourself while you've been sleeping? It's easily done. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    stop chug a lugging the nyquil 

  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Your room is too warm. The veins in your nose dry through the night and crack if they are weak.

    Put a little Vaseline up each nostril at bedtime. A moist nose will not bleed.

    Boxers?

    Water basins? Are they supposed to cause nose bleeds?

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  • kelvin
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    it's too dry...............

  • ?
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Could be a tiny broken vessel in your nose. I've had similar problems. I try to keep my nostrils moist. If it continues go see an ENT doctor.

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