i went througha drive through earlier and there was a warning about tomatos, and my sister came to my house and said she saw a warning about it or something also. does any one know whats wrong with ...
they look like mesquito bites, this has been happening for 2 or 3 yrs when i get out the shower i will find them on my face, they would usually go away while im getting ready for work or whereever i ...
It wants to escape the sick person whom houses it.
I'm not sure exactly,
But I think it has something to do with body heat...
When you have a fever, it kind of melts it and.. yeah.
Aha. Good question though!
Because it wants to run away!
You better go catch itt.
Because when it is cold the job of your nose is to keep your breath warm. so when you breathe its comfortable. but when its cold, you nose has to work extra hard so your blood gets heated cause the nose needs more blood and it gives you a runny nose. I hate it.
in your body lots of water excess so to adjust your body temperatur excess water fl-owes from nose
nose run ? amazing. :D
(it has mucus inside so it slips out when you wont get to prevent it from doing so.)
Your body's trying to get rid of the germs by flushing them out.
This is your body's way of evacuating bacterial, viral, and white blood cell matter from your sinus cavity.
your sinuses are draining.
When you have a cold, your body produces more mucous to help keep out the germs. The nose running is just an excess of mucous.
you can't shut me up
too find a place not as cold lolol
Sabertooth is Pj0lson
Your nose becomes runny when you have alien-bacteria in your body. They are attracted to your sinus(es) because it is a warm and moist environment (perfect bacteria home). Your body anti-gens (soldiers) recognize the invaders and tells your brain to get rid of them! Your brain than tells the mucus membranes to produce extra mucus and get rid of the invaders. The invaders that are "chillin" in the contaminated mucus gets pushed out by the new "clean" mucus. Once all the contaminated mucus is out your body tells the mucus membrane(s) to go back to normal. There you have it