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Old 11-25-2009
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Like I mentioned in the post above water is getting in your nose because of an incorrect breathing pattern.I could almost guarantee that you are unconsciously stopping your exhale when your face is in the water and , or inhaling too early . Breathe OUT until your face clears the water . You don't even have to breathe out forcefully at all . Only the slightest amount will keep the water out , BUT just make sure your not inhaling when your face is in the water or start to inhale too early before your face clears the water .


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