Win a fight make’em sneeze.
You can crash a car with a sneeze better blow your nose when you weeze.
Sneezing is a normal reaction of the body to rid itself of irritants trying to get in or out. In the above examples sneezing can affect the outcome of certain events. To elaborate, the following will briefly touch on each one of the examples in a fight response and an accidental car wreck.
The body’s sneezing reaction is a powerful weapon to use against an opponent during a fight and can buy you valuable seconds in which to get the upper hand on your opponent enough so that it can be the difference in winning.
When a fighter pitches dirt in their opponents eyes it’s usually perceived that they are trying to temporarily cause the opponent to be unable to see so they get away or get the jump on them to win.
Throwing dirt can be just as effective if it makes the opponent sneeze.
When sneezing occurs the body automatically closes the eyes for the duration of the sneeze. It’s a quick spontaneous response. You sneeze and the eyes close and then spring open. The next time you sneeze pay attention and you’ll notice that your eyes close. It’s downright impossible to keep your eyes open during a sneeze but it can be interesting to try.
Using the sneeze as a weapon during a fight an opponent doesn’t have to have dirt to cause a sneeze. They can tickle under the nose with a finger or a piece of the clothing they are wearing. Pinch a piece of the clothing and tickle or rub the clothing by sliding back and forth if they are in a hold they can’t get loose from. One might even carry a small duster in a pocket to pull out and tickle.
The goal is to get the opponent to shut their eyes just long enough to overpower them.
The body’s sneezing reaction can cause car wrecks. Having control of the wheel and sneezing takes the eyes off of the road. Even though it’s brief closing the eyes can cause loss of control over the wheel.
For those short moments when your eyes aren’t on the road another vehicle may pull out in front of you, you could run red lights & stop signs, swerve into another lane and go down the opposite of one way streets. Any of which could get you hit.
As bad as texting & talking on the phone is while driving because it takes your attention away from the road and causes a slow reaction when a rapid response is needed to stop or divert from a crash, sneezing is relatively as dangerous. But unlike texting & phone talking sneezing is a natural bodily response and cannot be stopped or controlled in such a manner as putting down the phone.
If you feel a sneeze coming on you can make adjustments by asking a seated passenger next to you to hold the wheel steady or to steer it out of the way of other vehicles or anything else it’s about to hit until after you’ve sneezed. Or you can hold your breath to stop the sneeze.