2. Don’t Blow
There aren’t all that many “don’ts” when you experience a nosebleed: After all, once your nose has started bleeding there isn’t really much you can do to make it worse, especially if it’s caused by irritation or simply by humidity. But in all of these cases, you should generally avoid blowing your nose – even though it might feel like you should. Blowing your nose when you have a nosebleed only puts you at risk of rupturing more blood vessels in your nose and adding to the problem.
Constantly blowing your nose can cause your nose to bleed and be what’s popping blood vessels in the first place, and it certainly won’t help once your nose has actually started to bleed. The best thing you can do is to angle your head instead, or to tilt your head forward: But whatever you do, make sure that you don’t blow your nose.