字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント How to Stop a Nosebleed. Although nosebleeds can look gory, they can usually be stopped in about five minutes if you know how. You will need Tissues Ice and a towel. If your nose is still bleeding after 30 minutes of applying consistent pressure, seek medical attention immediately. Step 1. With your thumb and index finger, firmly pinch the entire soft part of your nose just above the nostril. Step 2. Sit or stand, and lean your head slightly forward, and breathe through your mouth. Always keep your head above your heart when you have a nosebleed –never lie down. Step 3. Hold this position for 5 minutes. If bleeding persists, continue holding this position for an additional 10 minutes. Step 4. Once the bleeding has stopped, moisten a clean tissue and wipe away any dried blood from below your nose. Then, wrap ice in a towel and apply it to your nose and cheeks until the bleed has completely stopped. If you get frequent nosebleeds, try running a humidifier in your bedroom at night. Step 5. Refrain from picking or blowing your nose for a day or two after a nosebleed, or you could trigger the bleeding again. Did you know Nosebleeds are more common in the winter months, when people are more exposed to dry, warm air from heaters.