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It is unclear, but scientists theorize that sneezing causes the eyes to close due a systemic reflex. This reflex causes muscles throughout the body to contract involuntarily.
A common myth that if you sneeze with your eyes open, your eyeballs will pop out, is not based in fact. It is possible, though difficult to resist the urge to close your eyes when you sneeze.


Apr 12, 2013 ... We all know how a sneeze happens. What we don't know is why our eyes automatically close when we do it. School kids will tell you it's ...


Dec 22, 2016 ... Why is it that we almost always close our eyes when we sneeze?


Oct 5, 2016 ... During a sneeze, most everyone involuntarily closes his or her eyes as a reflex action. Why? And what happens if we try to keep them open?


Some people's eyes don't shut when they sneeze, but most people's do. So if there's no concern that our eyes will pop out of our heads, then why do they close  ...


Nov 30, 2013 ... It's actually one of science's big mysteries, but Greg Foot explains what a sneeze is and why your eyelids shut down in response.

Jan 9, 2017 ... A monthly show where we endeavor to answer one of your big questions. This week, Hajera Fatima asks, “Why do we close our eyes when we ...
Nov 25, 2013 ... Feel a bit of man flu coming on? Are your eyes watery, sneezing like crazy and getting no sympathy at all? Well poor you! We feel your pain.


Google says germs may fall on eyes from our sneeze but it happens ... Mythbusters did this one! The simplest response is that your eyes close as ...

Feb 19, 2017 ... Did you realise that you always close your eyes when you sneeze. But why does that happen? How is sneezing related to closing our eyes?