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Curious Kids: why does the sun’s bright light make me sneeze? – The Conversation AU

To tell you the truth, nobody really knows. But it’s probably got to do with the fact that signals from your nose and your eyes arrive in the same area of your…

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Why does the suns bright light make me sneeze? Orlo, age 5
Dear Orlo,
Thanks for your lovely question. Very smart people have been wondering about this very question for thousands of years.
To tell you the truth, Orlo, nobody knows for sure why this happens. But its probably got to do with the fact that signals from your eyes and your nose go to the same part of your brain.
Let me explain.
The sneeze centre
Your nose can be used to smell and breathe. But sometimes, things get into our nose that…

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