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What causes a cold nose?
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What causes nose bleeds without impact to the nose?
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What causes the human nose to feel so cold?
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Have a lump inside nose and the outside of nose is swollen. This is very painful. What can cause this?
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Why should you blow your nose when you have a cold?
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Why do you sneeze when you have a cold?
You sneeze more when you have a cold because the lining of your nose is very inflamed, and your nasal passages are full of mucus. Very often, this mucus, or something caught in it, irritates your already inflamed nose, and makes you feel a tickle. This causes you to sneeze forcefully, helping to clear the excess mucus from your nose.
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What are the typical causes of a runny nose?
There are many causes of a runny nose. This could be due to an allergy such as hay-fever which is more common during the spring and summer months. In this case the pollen is causing the runny nose. It could also be due to the sufferer having a cold. In which case a number of viruses could be responsible.