The Power of Smell

The Power of Smell

The Power of Smell

The Power of Smell

The Power of Smell
The Power of Smell
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The Power of Smell

The Power of Smell

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The Power Of Smell

Data Chart of Taste Affected By

Our sense of smell is more powerful than you can imagine.
The vast majority of us are often unaware of the effects on our daily lives.
Many people only notice it when it is temporarily absent.


For example

During a heavy cold we notice that everything feels remote, and that food has no taste.
This is because 80 percent of what we taste comes from our sense of smell and only
20 percent comes from the tongue.


If someone loses their sense of smell permanently,
this can actually cause severe depression.

Why?

Because we rely very deeply on the sense of smell to add richness and vitality to our experience of the world around us.

Smells register via the nose as we breathe, traveling up the nostrils and triggering nerve impulses which fire instantly into the brain. Thousands of these reactions occur daily, even when we are asleep.

Smells have a strong influence on our well-being because they affect areas inside the brain linked to moods, emotions or feelings, as well as chemical balances in the body.

Which is why aromas which make you feel mentally calm will also trigger internal chemical changes which relaxes your body. Likewise, fragrances which are more revitalizing stimulates the brain and keeps you awake and makes you feel energetic.

Some impulses received by the sense of smell affect areas deep inside the brain which are beyond conscious awareness; very often reactions to smells are expressed as non-verbal sounds such as “mmmm” or “urgh!”. These show that our responses to smells are instinctive, a simple “like” or “dislike”.

Read on to discover how you can experience the art of aromatherapy yourself and choose the products suitable for you to fragrance your environment.

| The Power Of Smell |


Our sense of smell is more powerful than you can imagine.
The vast majority of us are often unaware of the effects on our daily lives.
Many people only notice it when it is temporarily absent.


For example

During a heavy cold we notice that everything feels remote, and that food has no taste.
This is because 80 percent of what we taste comes from our sense of smell and only
20 percent comes from the tongue.


If someone loses their sense of smell permanently,
this can actually cause severe depression.

Why?

Because we rely very deeply on the sense of smell to add richness and vitality to our experience of the world around us.

Smells register via the nose as we breathe, traveling up the nostrils and triggering nerve impulses which fire instantly into the brain. Thousands of these reactions occur daily, even when we are asleep.

Smells have a strong influence on our well-being because they affect areas inside the brain linked to moods, emotions or feelings, as well as chemical balances in the body.

Which is why aromas which make you feel mentally calm will also trigger internal chemical changes which relaxes your body. Likewise, fragrances which are more revitalizing stimulates the brain and keeps you awake and makes you feel energetic.

Some impulses received by the sense of smell affect areas deep inside the brain which are beyond conscious awareness; very often reactions to smells are expressed as non-verbal sounds such as “mmmm” or “urgh!”. These show that our responses to smells are instinctive, a simple “like” or “dislike”.

Read on to discover how you can experience the art of aromatherapy yourself and choose the products suitable for you to fragrance your environment.