Then you have "photic sneeze
reflex" or a "solar sneeze." But why does it happen?
AATH A I refl alternat THIS is the photic sneeze
Up to 35 per cent of the population have a photic sneeze
. This is thought to be due to crossed-wires in one of the nerves that come from the brain called the trigeminal nerve.
Is finding the single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) associated with the photic sneeze
reflex that makes people sneeze when going from darkness to light groundbreaking research?
It is known as the photic sneeze
reflex and whether you have it is determined by your genes.
AROUND 37 per cent of people have a photic sneeze
reflux - which means exposure to bright sunlight makes them sneeze.
It's called the photic sneeze
reflex - or Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst Syndrome - a tendency to sneeze when suddenly exposed to bright light.