How Are Boogers Formed?


The sticky mucus is a result of contaminants from the air that get caught in our nasal passages. Contaminants such as dust, lint, etc. Mucus from our bodies dries and thus boogers are formed.
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When mucus and the dirt and debris it has trapped dry and clump together, they form boogers.
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Boogers are formed from the thin layer of mucus that is present in our noses. When we breathe in we are breathing in all kinds of dirt and particles. This gets stuck in the mucus
Boogers are a sign of your immune system.
Boogers are the mucus the nose makes that moistens your upper respiratory tract and traps dust
Not Medical Advice: Boogers are made of mucus the thin and slippery material found in your nose.
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