Nosebleeds occur more in the winter when the air is drier in our homes. You might try running a cool mist humidfyer in your bedroom at night to see if that doesn't help with raising the humidity in your bedroom some. The more moisture that is in your room the easier it is on your nasal passages.
Try not to blow your nose unless you absolutely have to. Then blow gently-as you have found out it is better than blowing hard. IF it keeps up and you were my daughter, we would be making a trip into the dr. just to make sure that there isn't anything else going on inside.
Last edited by ibake&pray; 11-26-2007 at 12:25 PM.