4 reasons why you keep getting nosebleeds

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You may be prone to getting nosebleeds. Almost at random, your nose starts to drip, and you have to rush to the bathroom. Of course, it isn’t actually random. There are many possible reasons for why you seem to be getting more nosebleeds during the summer. To help you prepare, here are a few of those possible reasons.

Saw a hot person

Like in an anime, if you saw someone who you found attractive right before your nose starts bleeding, that might be the cause. It’s even more likely if that person was wearing a skimpy swimsuit. So if you are prone to this type of nosebleed, try not to go to the beach or, if you have to, consider wearing a blindfold. It’ll keep you from getting a bloody nose.

Paid too much

There’s a saying that when you pay too much, you are paying through the nose. This is because if you overpay, you may just develop a nosebleed. So, next time you make a financial transaction and your nose starts to bleed, maybe you should take a closer look at how much you paid. Also, if you discover you are prone to these types of nosebleeds, try not to buy anything over the summer. There may be some things for school that’ll cause this type of nosebleed, but at least you can avoid it during the summer.

Head in the clouds

Both literal and metaphorical altitude can cause a nosebleed. The connection isn’t entirely clear, but your daydreaming can cause a nosebleed like being high up in the mountains does. So, try to stay grounded to avoid this cause of nosebleeds.

Thought too hard

There is a trope in movies, television and other media of the character who develops a nosebleed after using their psychic powers. They are using their brain too strenuously, which causes their nose to drip blood. None of us have psychic powers, but the principle still applies. If you put too much strain on your brain, you might get a nosebleed. You may not even notice you’re doing it; after all, school places plenty of strain on the brain. However, this summer, you may have let your brain melt to the point where some simple thoughts are too hard for you to handle. If you wish to prevent this type of nosebleed, you can go about it in one of two ways: Either you do some studying or research to get your brain back up to snuff, or avoid anything intellectual all together. The choice is yours.

Nosebleeds can be annoying and a hassle. Try using these tips to help yourself avoid situations in which you might get one. Summer is meant to be fun. You shouldn’t have to spend part of it clutching your nose and hoping not to bleed on everything.

This is a satirical article written purely for entertainment purposes.

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