A runny nose does not need a season to show up, nor does it need a disease to cause a runny nose. There are various reasons, which can make the mucous trickle down the nose all year long. Some of the reasons leading to a runny nose include: Common cold, allergic rhinitis, cold air, eating spicy food, hormonal changes, medicine, exercise and crying.
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