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Does looking at bright light help you sneeze?

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  • Yes

    Votes: 7 87.5%
  • No

    Votes: 1 12.5%

  • Total voters
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Arlikra

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Yes for me, whenever I need to sneeze I look towards the sun (not directly at it of course), or at a light in the house, and it works. I don't understand why but apparently this is true for about 20% of the population. Does it work for you?
 

Mesmerale

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It doesn't help me to sneeze...

But when I used to take the bus home (I drive now), every single time I'd walk outside and it would be sunny, if I happened to get a blast of sunlight in my face, I'd have to sneeze.
 

NinjaRider

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I do it everytime I get one of those that need help over the edge. Works like a charm
 
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DominatingMommy

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Yes, and thinking about cows and elephants helps to keep my from sneezing. I know...sounds silly.
 

timmahtherebel

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I find that sticking things in my nose makes me sneeze. ( Like the end of an unsharpened pencil.. if you scratch that plate thing with it you will have to sneeze )

I'm a strange person for even saying this lol.
 
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