How does the loss of sense of smell affect an individual?
It severely impedes one's sense of taste. It also exposes one to unnecessary dangers as bad smells are often associated with something harmful. Furthermore, it leads to one losing dates because one doesn't realize it's time for a shower.
Ron pretty well cornered the answer! I have also known people who are under weight because of their lack of sense. If they cannot smell food, their brain does not receive the message of delicious aromas. Therefore it leads to a lack of hunger and salivation.
The lack of sense of smell is called anosmia. Learn what having no sense of smell is like for one anosmic and how it affects the sense of taste. read more
by Vegas Elias 6 years ago
What is the natural treatment for loss of sense of smell?Some people experience either total or partial loss of sense of smell. Intermittently they can smell things. Can this be cured in some natural way?
by bueler 7 years ago
How much does lack of sleep affect your mood?
by Sarah Anderson 6 years ago
How does our sense of taste evolve as we get older?Changes as to what we prefer or prefer not to eat?
by Denise Handlon 6 years ago
If you had to do without one of your five senses and could choose, which would it be?This is not meant to be derogatory towards anyone with a handicap, merely a question about choice.
by R.S. Hutchinson 7 years ago
If you could inherit one super power but lose a sense in return, what would you choose?Feel free to create superpowers. No "all inclusive" ones either Sense include: taste, touch, smell, hearing, sight
by PhoenixV 23 months ago
Have you ever had the sense of smell or taste in a dream?
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