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  1. A myth. They go into the nasopharynx – this is the place where the nose and mouth connect from behind and then divide into the esophagus and larynx. You just swallow the snot you've drawn in.

  2. The sinuses will begin to clog, then there may be inflammation of these very sinuses, resulting in sinusitis. I strongly advise against doing this from my own experience. If you can't believe it, Google nose piercing for sinusitis.

  3. Drawing snot from the heart, you can tighten them into the sinuses and get sinusitis or sinusitis. My sister and I sniffed for a couple, as a result, she had sinusitis in childhood, and I had sinusitis in adulthood

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