Sneezing is a very easy way to spread mass amounts of germs to the environment around you. According to Dr. Len Horovitz, “a single sneeze sprays anywhere from 40,000 to 100,000 droplets of pure germ”. He also claims that these germs can fly at speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour. Sneezing into your sleeve is hands down the best way to prevent the spread of these germs. Since most people cover their mouth with their hands during a sneeze, the germs can move from your hand to anything, or anyone you touch. Dr. Horovitz even says that germs can live up to 24 hours, so if you are sick try to make sure you sneeze very cautiously.
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