Sneezing disease is a disorder of especially the anterior airways, but can spread to the lungs. Various viruses and bacteria are responsible for the disease symptoms, in which the oral cavity, nose, and eyes are involved. Annual vaccination against the most dangerous pathogens prevents serious problems from arising. However, it is still possible that symptoms may occur due to a less severe cause. Or that symptoms of a previously experienced sneezing disease continue to flare up later (or even years later) as a result of stress (moving house, going to bed, changes in the living situation, etc.). Due to the rapid mutation capacity of these viruses, and inoculation interval of more than one year is not recommended.