Did you know that while we sneeze, the air through our nostrils travels with a speed of 160km/h, and if we stop the sneezing, the whole pressure moves into another part of our body which can be hurt?

The way of sneezing is not the same when you’re at home or at a work meeting, in these cases, it can be relaxed or constrained. Maybe it looks decently to stop the sneezing in public, but that’s not healthy for your body.

By stopping or limiting your sneezing, the whole pressure moves into another part of your body, for example in your ears, which can lead to damaging your eardrums. It can also cause loss of hearing and a headache which will not stop easy.

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[wpsm_ads1 float=”left”]Another part that can be damaged are your eye’s blood vessels, the huge pressure can crack them in moments, and it can also damage the diaphragm. A stronger urge of sneezing, and it’s stopping, is a potential risk for hurting your neck, as well as cracking surgical wounds to people that have recently had a sinus surgery. The worst case that can happen is damaging the blood vessels of the brain which can lead to a stroke.

So, next time when you have a sneezing urge in public, don’t be ashamed, because the price you’ll need to pay later is not worth it. Instead of constraining, pull out your handkerchief, cover your nose and mouth, and sneeze like a man! If you’re late to pull out your handkerchief on time, just cover your nose and mouth with your forearm or your left palm – that way you can keep your right hand clean in case you need to shake hands later.

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Did you know that while we sneeze, the air through our nostrils travels with a speed of 160km/h, and if we stop the sneezing, the whole pressure moves into another part of our body which can be hurt? The way of sneezing is not the same when you’re at home...