Who never sneeze? Perhaps no one who during his life was never sneeze. But you know, there was great wonders behind the sneeze that we often do.
Who never sneeze? Perhaps no one who during his life was never sneeze. But you know, there was great wonders behind the sneeze that we often do. To be sure all the wonders of the sign of God that never sleeps and pay attention to his creation of all creatures.
First, the sneezing is the body’s protective mechanism against the entry of foreign objects, so the perpetrator can sneeze protected from dust, bacteria, odors, and can also virus. Sneezing occurs because of the response made by the membrane of the nose when it detects the presence of foreign matter or the excess fluid into the nose.
Second, in a single sneeze can eject us about 40,000 grains of water that had been infected with bacteria or viruses with a speed of 70 m / sec.
Third, we should be grateful that it is, it turns out when we’re sneezing are reflexes of the muscles that exist in our face tightened, and our heart will stop beating for you sneeze.
That is why the Sunnah Muslims say “Alhamdulillah ….” As a form of gratitude to Allah swt. because, with sneezing we have been spared from the disease that will go into the body.
And do you know it other than Muslims, words of gratitude after a sneeze can also be found in a variety of languages and nations. In English speaking countries have a custom to say “God bless you” (may god bless you) when someone sneezes. This tradition has existed since the Middle Ages. In Italian sneezing followed by the answer “Salute” (healthy). In Portuguese culture, sneezing followed by the answer “Saúde” (healthy), and the sneezing answered “Obrigado” or “Obrigada” (thank you). In German, the sneezing will be followed by a greeting, “Gesundheit” (health [to you]).