Blowing your nose creates significant pressure in the sinuses and nasal cavities – more
than seven times the pressure created by coughing or sneezing. Therefore, it’s important to
how to blow one’s nose properly.
In fact, research conducted at the University of Virginia found that improper nose blowing
during a cold actually made the cold worse by propelling bacteria and viruses back into the sinus cavities.
The proper way to blow a nose is gently and not through both nostrils at the same time.
Rather, press a finger over one nostril and gently blow into a tissue through the open nostril.
Switch your finger to close the opposite nostril and then repeat.
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