Your Perpetually Stuffed Nose Is Just Your Body Fighting The Good Fight

October 7, 2014 12:12 PM

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The question: Why do we get stuffy noses when we're sick? And why does it feel like I could blow my nose until the end of the time?

The answer: Even without a cold (or the flu or allergies), our bodies naturally make around a liter or a liter and a half of mucus every day, WebMD reported. And it's not just in your nose. That mix of fluid and proteins lines the sinuses, nose, mouth, throat, lungs and digestive tract to keep those...

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