Some treatments for nosebleeds and nasal blood clots include self-treating at home by pinching your nose shut until the bleeding stops, applying a cold compress to your nose and using a nasal decongestant spray to close ... More »

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Common causes of nosebleeds include nasal irritation from a cold virus, external trauma to the nose, and living in dry climates, according to WebMD. In rare cases, nosebleeds can signify underlying medical conditions suc... More »

Treat nosebleeds with blood clots by pinching the nostrils together with the index finger and the thumb for approximately 10 minutes, recommends WebMD. Remain calm and sit up straight to help naturally stop the flow of b... More »

There are several good home treatments for blood clots including walking, taking care of the feet and losing weight, explains Home Remedy Central. Blood clots are most commonly found in the legs and must be looked at rig... More »

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To prevent blood clots, maintain a healthy weight, quit smoking, exercise on a regular basis and avoid sitting still for extended periods of time, advises Mayo Clinic. During car travel, stop every few hours and take a s... More »

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Natural supplements that may help dissolve blood clots include turmeric, ginger and vitamin E, according to Healhline. Regular aerobic exercise can also help, states WebMD. More »

Conditions and factors that may cause blood clots include smoking, pregnancy, obesity and surgery, according to Mayo Clinic. Certain medications, such as some breast cancer drugs, oral contraceptives and hormone therapy ... More »

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