What’s that smell? Whether it’s something that evokes a warm happy feeling like freshly baked bread, or the less than appealing garbage truck passing by, our nose knows. But if you suffer from anosmia, it’s unlikely you’d be able to pick up the scents.

Anosmia is the inability to smell. Smell is just one part of our five major senses – the others are hearing, sight, touch and taste. When all the senses work together we are given a complete experience, but when one sense is not available, we often lose out.
You might have had temporary anosmia when you were sick. But once the illness passes you’re right back to smelling again. People who have anosmia for the long-haul are affected in different ways. For example, not being able to smell can affect how things taste.

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