Sneezing

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When dust or other particles enter your nose, your body’s protective response is to sneeze to expel the particle. That is why when people suffer from allergies, they sneeze a lot. When allergens land on the membranes of the nose, and the normal reaction is to sneeze to expel the allergens.

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