Start coughing, or if your friend is having those sneezing problems, just come up to him/her and scare him/her.
rid itself of germs.
No. To sneeze, you need your circulatory system. That is what pumps your blood and lets you breathe. Sneezes are caused by irritation on the mucus membrane. Your immune system then gets rid of the irritation by making you sneeze.
Sneezing helps our body get rid of potential irritants such as dust and pollen. When you feel a tickle in your nostrils, the nose sends a message to the brain. The brain informs certain muscles of your body to get rid of the irritants through the sneeze.
Your immune system needs to get rid of the germs and bacteria/viruses in your body.
No you don't, if you do then its just a viral infection in the throat area is is easier to get rid of.
Yes they do ! For the same reasons as any other animal (or person) - to rid the nose of irritation.
Sneezes are caused by something irritating the inside of your nose. It could be something like dust, pepper, or an allergy to something. The sneeze then blasts air out of your nose and mouth to get rid of the irritant.
If you're referring to how a person sneezes when they tweeze nose hairs, it's because by having a foreign object such as tweezers in your nose, your body wants to get rid of it by forcing it out with a sneeze.
you get rid of a closed nose by a couple things and they are: Steam up your nose, use nazel spay, sneeze but only from your nose so cover your mouth, and blow your nose alot
If you sneeze on a Tuesday, you will kiss a stranger. The whole rhyme goes: If you sneeze on Monday, you sneeze for danger; Sneeze on a Tuesday, kiss a stranger; Sneeze on a Wednesday, sneeze for a letter; Sneeze on a Thursday, something better; Sneeze on a Friday, sneeze for sorrow; Sneeze on a Saturday, see your sweetheart to-morrow.
Chalk dust can make people sneeze for the same reason regular dust does. What happens is when you breathe in dust, the tiny particles of it get stuck to the mucus coating the inside of your nose. If there's enough dust, it can irritate the mucous membranes inside your nose. When the membrane's irritated, you suddenly feel an intense tickle inside your nose, which triggers your sneeze reflex. When you sneeze, air is forcefully blasted out of your mouth and nose, helping to get rid of what was that made you sneeze.
Because when you sneeze the sound you make is "SNEEZE!" ^No, it really isn't. I've not heard one person say "SNEEZE" when they sneeze, ever in my life. I've heard people say "Achoo", "Atishoo" and other ones, but never "SNEEZE".