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Bleeding and electric shocks from dry winds are not a cause for concern

For the past few days, people have been complaining about nose bleeds on social media, while some people feel an electric shock when they touch something. This is due to strong winds and is not a cause for concern.

The complaints are also being received from Capital Islamabad, Peshawar, Bannu, Nowshera, Khyber District, Sahiwal District, Lahore and Kurram District.

Imdad Hussain, from Sahiwal, said his nose had become dry due to strong winds in the past few days and he was suffering from mild bleeding.

Another victim said he suddenly started bleeding from his nose on Wednesday evening, which lasted for about two to three minutes. I put water in my nose and after a while the bleeding stopped.

I don’t remember ever having a runny nose, but it’s been two days since I’ve had this problem.

On the other hand, people on social media are complaining of nose bleeds and severe dryness of the skin and are seeking advice to remedy it.

Health experts say that there can be various reasons for nose bleeds, but due to dry weather and low air pressure, nose bleeds are normal and there is nothing to worry about.

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