Aug 19, 2010 ... If you're about to sneeze, it's better to just go ahead and ah-choo! ... Wild said a
holding in a sneeze may lead to several unhealthy situations.
... your eyes pop out? WebMD addresses sneezing: the myths, causes, and more.
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Sep 15, 2015 ... “If the sneeze is held in by pinching the nose or holding the mouth closed, this
pressurized air is forced back through the Eustachian tube and ...
Holding in a sneeze is like holding down the top of a jack-in-the-box. Why not just
let it out? The air expelled by sneezes is said to travel up to 100 miles per hour ...
Aug 7, 2014 ... Preventing a sneeze seems so natural sometimes. Can you really blow out your
eardrums, eyes or burst blood vessels by holding in a sneeze?
Nov 23, 2010 ... PRESS RELEASE. Why You Should Never Stop a Sneeze Physician from
Midwest ENT Consultants Provides Insight: Just in Time for Flu ...
Oct 30, 2009 ... Her sneeze was so forceful that it caused a ruptured disc in Victoria's spine, ....
Revealed: Gene Wilder died holding hands with his family.
Dec 15, 2006 ... Stifling a sneeze isn't a great idea. Sneezes serve a purpose: they expel things
from your nose that the body would rather not hang onto, like ...
Jun 26, 2015 ... Your eyes may not explode, but holding in a sneeze can cause some serious
side effects if you're unlucky.
The headache caused by a sneeze, however, comes from a short and small
increase in pressure. Also, it is much better to sneeze than to avoid it, as holding
in a ...