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A sneeze, or sternutation, is a semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs .... In Indian culture, especially in northern parts of India, and also in Iran, it has been a common superstition that a sneeze taking place before the start ...

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Sneezing has intrigued us since ancient times. There are so many myths about sneezing that cause wonder and bewilderment to a lot of us. Did you know that ...

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May 21, 2015 ... Not exactly, according to many myths and beliefs from around the world. ... They believe that sneezing once means someone is gossiping ...

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Find out origins of superstitions surrounding sneezing twice and saying "God Bess You," which was made a law by two popes. Sneezing on Monday, to the right.

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So where did the myth originate that your heart stops when you sneeze? The changing pressure in your chest due to sneezing also changes your blood flow, ...

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Dec 5, 2012 ... You can't hold it in; the pressure behind your nose is building, and the bright sunlight is triggering a reflex, and try as you might you can't hold it ...

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A man sneezing We may claim we are not superstitious, but what do you say when someone sneezes? Myths and superstitions constitute the attempts of early  ...

www.webmd.com/allergies/features/11-surprising-sneezing-facts

If you sneeze with your eyes open, will your eyes pop out? WebMD addresses sneezing: the myths, causes, and more.

www.unexplainedstuff.com/Superstitions-Strange-Customs-Taboos-and-Urban-Legends/Superstitions-Sneezing.html

An old Flemish belief maintained that a sneeze during conversation proved the truth of a remark. Such a superstition was also prevalent among the Greeks, the ...