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    An Answer nausia/sneezing
    snkdlugos posted:
    This web site says that it is a reaction created by acid ruflux,activating the Vagus nerve or some thing to that effect.

    I do have acid reflux, but i barely use medecines all together.

    I have found juicing an apple and a small hunk of ginger in the morning is the best cure for me. For the acid reflux.

    Ive used prilosec and nexium for small time spans. Just working the things I eat seems to be the best way to stay well even though I smoke and my diet is really pretty horrid. Irrregular meals, roach coach breakfast, sandwich for lunch, variety of dinner types .. usually.
    I hope this info helps the rest of you nausious sneezers. It has been affecting me for 6 months or better. Its the wierdest thing. I wanted to see what could be causeing it.
    For years now I have used looking towrds the sun, some times even a brighter interior light, to bring on and intensify my sneezing. I don't mind sneezing it is not irritating to me. I know some poeple have a hard time with it. But what I don't like is hanging on or waiting for a sneeze to come. Try it, you'll like it. Hope the above info helps.

    I don't know if there any other explanations for the problem. All I have seen here is a LOT of people with the same affliction.
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