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As the old joke goes, "If your nose runs, and your feet smell, you're built upside down!" Kidding aside, there are many reasons we get runny. One of them is that beside breathing and other functions, Our noses also warm and humidify — add moisture to — the air we breathe as it travels down into the lungs. So when we inhale cold, dry air, the moist tissue inside the nose automatically increases fluid production to do its job of protecting sensitive lung tissue. But when there's too much fluid, the excess tends to drip out, creating a runny nose.
But If you're really bothered by your winter runny nose, try taking an over-the-counter decongestant. The prescription nasal sprays. Then there's always mom's advice: Before you go out in the cold, cover your nose and mouth with a scarf. Air breathed through fabric will be warmer and moister, which can cut down on those annoying drips. Share this informative article with your friends if you like it.