Sneezing is a complex process associated with irritation of the nasal mucosa, but in some cases it is caused by infectious diseases. Doctors told why sneezing is good for the body.
The process of sneezing is the body's reaction to the ingress of dust, small suspended particles or dangerous allergens of natural or synthetic origin into the nasopharynx. Along with this, a similar effect is observed in diseases of the upper respiratory tract and the penetration of various infections into the body. Dr. Satish Govindaraj from New York said that over 35% of people sneeze when exposed to bright light. This is a light respiratory reflex. An unexpected sneeze can be caused by a full stomach, sudden inhalation of cold air, or simply feeling cold. The same applies to nervous overstrain, there are other reasons. In some cases, sneezing is observed with sexual overexcitation.
Doctors advise not to restrain the natural process of sneezing, as it brings with it a significant weakening of the negative moment and eliminates its consequences. In some cases, a frequent inexplicable desire to sneeze can be the beginning of an infectious disease.