Why Do My Sneezes Smell?

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A persons sneeze may smell because they are suffering from allergies. Another reason could be bacteria and old saliva in the mouth and definitely if you have bad breath you sneeze will stink. People with sinuses also have a smell sneeze due to the inflammation of the mucus membrane.
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It means you either forgot to cover your mouth when you sneeze or didn't even try to cover your mouth. The reason why sneezes smell bad is because the amount of bacteria and old saliva
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Most experience post sneeze smells. It is a product of your environment usually, as people
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I just noticed that this was weird myself - and that it coincides with reduced dietary intake of carbohydrates, and may be symptomatic of ketosis. Embed Quote
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I've never noticed. BTW. This is NOT an ETIQUETTE question! Have a polite day.
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