Showing posts with label bleeding of the nose. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bleeding of the nose. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

"Epistaxis" is the medical term for nosebleed.

Causes For Bleeding Nose
The most common cause of epistaxis in the young do not know if it is not the result of the collection of the nose or injury. In the summer of these episodes occur more frequently in younger people. In elderly patients, high blood pressure may rarely cause epistaxis, especially if the diastolic pressure over 110 mm / Hg. High exposure to heat sources such as solar or heat also leads to bleeding.

The herbal medicines For Bleeding Nose

1. The patient should wash your face and head with cold water.

2. Ice packs should be applied from the outside of the nose.

3. Do not sneeze or put any strain on the nose, which aggravates bleeding.

4. If B.P. is high, antihypertensive drugs should be taken under medical advice.

5. The juice of the flower of the pomegranate to be used for deep inhalation.

6. The grass juice durva 5 to 10 drops in each nostril provides immediate relief.

Ayurvedic remedies For Bleeding Nose

1. Vasa is a preparation Avalehya semi-sweet. A well-mixed teaspoon in a cup of cold milk should be taken by mouth three times a day. It checks bleeding. Despite all these measures, if the bleeding does not stop, the consultation of an ENT surgeon is a must without delay.

2. Anu tailam at a dose of 2 to 5 drops in each nostril for inhalation can stop the bleeding.
3. Styplon tablet (Himalaya Drugs) 1 to 2 tablets twice or three times a day gives very good results.

4. Chavanaprash can be given a teaspoon twice a day with milk. It is a rich source of vitamin C.

5. Churan AMLA is also useful in such conditions in half-teaspoon doses twice a day with water.

Do's And Don’ts

The patient or the person who has a history of bleeding should avoid all things hot and spicy foods. It should maintain normal blood pressure. No need to stay awake at night.

Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda ) is one of the world's oldest medical systems. It originated in India more than 3,000 years ago and remains one of the country's traditional health care systems