The Cause Of Frequent Nosebleeds After Eating Spinach?
Afternoon, .. r nI want to ask .. r nLately every time I eat spinach, 1 or 2 hours later I must have a nosebleed. It’s not only happened once, but it has happened many times every time I eat spinach. R nWhy do you think that’s why? How come every time I eat spinach?
In general, consuming spinach will not cause nosebleeds, so a careful assessment by a doctor is necessary to ascertain what conditions actually trigger nosebleeds like Shellania's.
Nosebleeds are a condition in which the blood vessels in the nasal cavity burst, according to their location the nosebleed is divided into 2, namely due to damage to the blood vessels in the front / anterior (which are closer to the nostrils) and blood vessels in the back / posterior of the nose (which are more close to the throat). The nasal blood vessels can burst due to the following factors
The habit of picking the nose Humidity, where dry and cold air tends to make the walls of the inner surface of the nose brittle Too tight when blowing your nose Exposure to certain chemicals, for example ammonia Experiencing trauma / injury to the nose Abnormal anatomy of the nose, for example bent due to history injury or due to a disease Sinusitis Those who have blood clotting disorders
Spinach itself has a high vitamin K content, where vitamin K plays a role in the blood clotting process. So that consumption of Vitamin K tends to help prevent nosebleeds, because it does not rule out that the nosebleeds that Shellania has happened to happen after you consume spinach, so you think spinach is the cause of the nosebleeds.
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