Jennifer Welsh
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Why does water squirt out of your eye if you blow your nose really hard?

Why does water squirt out of your eye if you blow your nose really hard?

The human body is full of quirks. For example, some people can squirt water (or even smoke or milk) from their eyes. But how can some people spurt unusual fluids from their eyes, and is it dangerous to their health? It turns out that when someone squirts water out of their eye, they're putting pressure on a sac in the bridge of the nose (where glasses usually sit) that holds fluid draining from the eyes. This sac is called the lacrimal sac and is a part of the tear duct system. Related: Why do people get 'bags' under their eyes? The tear ducts, also called the nasolacrimal ducts, are...

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