When most people see blood spill out onto their sink while brushing their teeth in the morning, they think nothing of it. Others believe they might be brushing too hard, and ease back on the throttle; hoping that will effect some kind of change.
The truth is you should NOT be bleeding when you brush in the morning. That is some form of oral dis-ease. In other words, there is something nor right with your oral cavity.
It can also mean that you may be suffering from something much more serious than just oral disease. To find out more, read this: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/reasons-for-bleeding-gums