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Why does getting the sun or a bright light in your eyes make you sneeze,


or stimulate and produce a 'stuck' sneeze?

 
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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 4 years ago

    Oh, I had not thought of a reverse reaction--I'll have to try that the next time my hay fever has me sneezing my head off! ;-)


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    IslandBites 4 years ago

    We learn something everyday. It happens to me all the time, but I have always thought it got something to do with sudden change of temperature or something like that. LOL So, now I know. haha Thanks.

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