17 Tricks to Make Yourself Sneeze
Do you feel the urge to sneeze sometimes, but realize that you can't? Or, are you wondering how to make yourself sneeze on purpose? If so, then don't miss this Buzzle article. It gives you various tricks to make yourself sneeze,...
Why Can't We Sneeze With Our Eyes Open?
It's true that we can't sneeze with our eyes open, because the action of closing eyes and sneezing is automatic. But, did you know, (achoo!! excuse me) that some people can actually train themselves to sneeze with their eyes open?
Arm Pain After Sneezing
Sneeze - an expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth, is sometimes accompanied by pain in the arms. What are the reasons behind arm pain after sneezing? Is it normal, or should you be worried?
Excessive sneezing can be quite troublesome for most people, as it completely disrupts ones actions temporarily. Moreover, it leaves one reeling for comfort after the sneeze. Sneezing is normal, but doing so excessively can be...
How to Stop Sneezing and Runny Nose
Persistent sneezing and runny nose can be an annoying condition, if not dangerous. Know how to stop it with the help of simple remedies, through this article.
Runny Nose and Sneezing
Having a runny nose and sneezing is one of the signs of a common cold and also indicates the onset of other infections. With the help of this article let us see what may be causing this annoying condition in the morning or at any...
Home Remedies for Sneezing
Sneezing is usually not considered as a serious problem but if it occurs persistently, then it becomes frustrating. Read this article to find out about the possible home remedies for sneezing.
Why Do We Sneeze?
A sneeze is an involuntary action that lies beyond our control. But, does the concept of a sneeze often leave you flummoxed? Do you often wonder why do you sneeze and what causes it? This article answers these questions and tries...
Sneezing After Eating
Sneezing after having food is mostly due to an allergic reaction. The allergy can be anything, it could be due to the food or something airborne. Let us look at the causes of sneezing after eating.
Did you know that you don't sneeze in your sleep? This is because while sleeping, the sneezing nerves are also resting. Now, wasn't that an interesting fact? So, read on to know more about a sneeze, how to control it, and a few...