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 the mucus drys up in our noses and then mix with dust particles, then it all drys up. This is how boogers are formed in our noses. For more information, look here:
the nose contains mucus that is used to wash off bacteria caught by the nasal hairs in the nose so boogers form through this process.
Mucus is created by mucus membranes in the sinus cavities and secreted into the nasal duct
Not Medical Advice: Boogers are formed when mucus traps particles (so they do not get in the lungs) as we breathe. It will eventually dry.
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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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