What Causes Nose Mucus Accompanied By Blood Clots And Dizziness?
Hello. I want to ask about mucus that comes out of my nose, I am 24 years old and mucus that comes out of my nose is often accompanied by a blood clot and I often get hot on my nape and dizziness and what if the mucus comes out the nape I feel no more sick again
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Mucus discharge and blood clots from the nasal cavity can indicate an inflammation (inflammation). When experiencing inflammation, goblet cells found in the mucosal lining of the nasal cavity will be stimulated to produce more mucus. In addition, when inflamed too, blood vessels in the nose and surrounding areas will experience vasodilation (widening the diameter) so that it can bleed more easily. Various triggers can cause inflammation of the nasal cavity. Among the most common are:
Rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal mucosa), can be due to infection, irritation, or allergies
Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity connected to the nose)
Nasal polyps (benign tumors originating from the nasal mucosa)
Deviation of the nasal septum (the border bone between the oblique nasal cavity)
Insert a foreign body into the nasal cavity
Cancer around the nasal cavity, and so on
Dizziness and burning sensation that appear on the nape of the neck may occur due to this part of inflammation. It could also, this burning sensation typically indicates that the inflammation you are experiencing is related to the infection.
However, you should not draw conclusions too early. First check your complaint to the doctor or ENT specialist doctor so that the exact cause is known. Some other possible diseases that can also trigger your complaints, such as blood clotting disorders, ARI (acute respiratory infection) other, etc. can also be evaluated through this examination. If necessary, further tests, such as laboratory, rhinoscopy, nasal endoscopy, x-rays, CT scans, etc. may also be done by a doctor.
In the meantime, you can first take the following steps:
Avoid things that are prone to trigger inflammation in the nasal cavity and airway, for example extreme weather, smoke, dust, pollution
Avoid the habit of getting rid of mucus too hard or picking up the nose excessively
Keep the humidity of the environment, for example by not using air conditioning or excessive fans, use an air humidifier at home and work environment
Do not over-consume cold food and drinks
Enrich vitamin C intake, either from food or supplementation (consult your doctor first)
Maintain endurance, which is by exercising regularly, eating nutritious foods, and resting regularly
Do not smoke
Hope this helps ...