December 01, 2016
You’re more likely to get nosebleeds during the cold and dry winter months. In most cases, nosebleeds aren’t anything to worry about, but they can be frightening, annoying or embarrassing if you have one in public.
“The vast majority of people who get nosebleeds in the winter get them because winter is a drier, colder time which is more irritating to the inside of the nose. We’re also spending more time outdoors,” says family practitioner David Hnida, DO.