As you no doubt know, there are 5 major senses: Smell, Sight, Hearing, Taste and Touch.
SMELL is the one that I have been reading about recently.
When you have a moment, listen to a brief explanation on how your sense of smell can assist your well-being.
Based on recent observations, I believe that COVID-19 has sparked a new interest in the role smell can play in our well-being.
As a Certified Aromatherapist, I am trained in the role that aromatic tools can be used to assist in an individual’s wellness regimen. In fact, it is currently one of methods used in Integrative Medicine, which complements a person’s conventional medical program. Not as a replacement but in addition to. Users of Aromatherapy are advised to check with their doctors before engaging in these methods.
The selection of information and websites to guide you in using these methods safely is substantial. Click the links below to learn more.
An Aromatic Life
WHY DOES SMELL TRIGGER MEMORIES?
Smell and memory are likely related because of the brain’s structure. The olfactory bulb, which transmits signals from the sensory neurons to the brain, connects directly to the amygdala and hippocampus in our brains. The amygdala is believed to have a key role in processing emotions, while the hippocampus helps you form new memories and is also associated with emotions. Source: https://www.ceenta.com/news-blog/how-your-sense-of-smell-affects-your-memory
Consistently, there are health professionals other than Aromatherapist who are focusing on what an aromatic approach to healthcare can bring. View the links below for more information.
Anosmia – Loss of smell Post & Podcast
Smell Training Help