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If you notice when you blow your nasal discharge is not transparent as other days, but green, yellow or brown, do not be surprised, everything has a meaning in your health.

According to Mayo Clinic information, the color of the mucus depends on the work of the white blood cells against infections.

So here we give you this guide so you know what is the change of color of your snot.

 

Transparent

Quiet! It is the natural color and there is no disease. It means that your nose is constantly cleaned.

 

White

Indicates that there is white blood cell waste.

 

Yellow

Watch out! An infection is developing. This color reveals that the globules are taking out debris from the disease.

 

Green

There is an infection. The bacteria found in the airways multiply rapidly and mix with the nasal fluid.

 

Dark

It means the polluting particles or dust.

 

Red

It occurs when a vein inside the nose breaks and stains your secretions.

It is important that you strengthen your immune system to prevent your nasal discharge from changing color constantly. This can be done by eating foods rich in vitamins, minerals and proteins. In case the color of your nasal fluid does not change, consult an otolaryngologist to rule out any other discomfort.


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