How do I stop sniffling
Blow your nose, use an OTC decongestant, breathe in water steam. If a runny nose persists for more than a month, see a doctor, it could be a sinus infection. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-do-i-stop-sniffling ]
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- Take a hot bath/showed or use a humidifier. Sometimes, however, there's nothing to be done; winter tends to make noses drip.
- Blow your nose, use an OTC decongestant, breathe in water steam. If a runny nose persists for more than a month, see a doctor, it could be a sinus infection. ChaCha!
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