July 24, 2011 12:31am CST
I have read so many times that it's polite to say anything when someone sneezes. Until then, I've always "Health!" said. I have changed my habit (which would have been with me that is almost can be described as "reflex"), but still every now expected that one wishes him health. What is it now more polite - nothing to say and do as you have not heard anything yet or need health?
24 Jul 11
What is polite or not, what is etiquette or not, should you really interested to zero. And what others think of you, should you not be interested. Live your life the way you like it. And if you say health, then only because you want to say it and then the person will actually want health. I'm not always health if someone sneezed and then I'll ever even looked at an angle. But ultimately, I can not help it if someone has to sneeze. And whether the health say what brings someone sneezed, I would also like to sometimes leave the room.
24 Jul 11
If you find it really matters, leaving a positive impression on others, it is probably better, to be based on the expectations of those than on theoretical works. If they find you officially polite "should" do it but anyway, that brings you nothing. If you are in someone not sure if he expected it or not, yes you can do without for the first time on it and watch his reaction. However, I would strongly recommend that if someone has more than two or three times has to sneeze within minutes to refrain from that point on it, until it has subsided.
24 Jul 11
It applies in some countries as extremely rude and an assault, "health" to say. In diplomatic circles, they say it is not, but ignored a sneeze discreetly. It cleans the way, in some countries not in the nose of the company, but bring them up gently until you can clean the nose at a nursing village.