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What functions do the hair in the nose
Recent studies in the field of human anatomy and physiology have shown that it is strongly not recommended to remove hairs from the nose. After all, this part of a person's hair is nothing but an air filter and a biological barrier to the penetration of not only dust and dirt into the body, but also toxins, bacteria and viruses. Justin Turner, a otolaryngologist famous for the whole world, Dr. Stanford University, after conducting a radiopaque study, made a statement that the hairs in a person’s nose retain various particles and bacteria until he blows away or sneezes them. Based on this, we can conclude that the hair in the nose is one of the most important components of human immunity.
Scientists from the National Medical University of Turkey conducted another study, the results of which showed that the dense hairline in a person's nose can be an advantage to his health.Scientists have proved the fact that people with a small amount of hairs in the nose are three times more likely to develop asthma and colds than those who have thick hair in the nose.If the hair is not trimmed and plucked, open wounds can form in the nose. Subsequently, such wounds cause nasal cavity infections or abscesses.
Cilia in the nose - the second line of human protection
An interesting fact is that the hair in the nose is just the first barrier to the penetration of dust or microorganisms into the body. In the depths of the human nose there are tiny cilia that are constantly moving from side to side. Even after the death of a person, their movements do not stop. Forensic scientists and forensic scientists sometimes use this property to determine the time of death. These cilia seize the smallest, potentially dangerous molecules, viruses, bacteria or microorganisms, and then accumulate them and turn them into mucus. A person either coughs up this mucus or swallows it, and under the influence of gastric juice all dangerous bodies and organisms are destroyed.Under the influence of harmful factors, due to chemical and radioactive air pollution, due to smoking, protective cilia in the nose can die off, opening the way for undesirable bodies to enter the body.Scientists have shown that people with thick hair, including the nose, are less likely to suffer from infectious diseases.
Another feature of nose hair
The hair of the human nose is arranged so as to block the flow of air.
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