2. Dry Air and Nosebleeds

Many people experience anterior nosebleeds in the winter when their homes are heated with dry, warm air. Those who live in arid, desert climates may experience nosebleeds in the summer months, as well. Lack of humidity - moisture in the air - can lead to nosebleeds easily. That air dries out the nasal passageways, making them more susceptible to bleeding. Dry, hot air evaporates the mucus in your nose, leading to irritation and slight nosebleeds.


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