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If you are not able to smell, you have a smell dysfunction called anosmia.

If you have a poor sense of smell, you have a smell dysfunction called hyposmia.

If you have a distorted sense of smell, you have parosmia.

Know that this condition does not define you.

It's simply a thing that you have.

And you are not alone.

There are millions of people around the world who do not have the ability to smell, have a poor sense of smell, or are challenged by a distorted sense of smell.

Breathe easy. Community is everywhere.

 

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You are not alone

 

Dear Anosmic, a special message just for you.

 

Smell Dysfunction & Wellbeing

Each person responds differently to their smell dysfunction. It's a personal journey rooted in one's individual experience. The goal is to focus on wellbeing, despite the inability to smell properly. Wellbeing is the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy, and the aim is to feel well while living with a smell dysfunction.

Have you heard about forest therapy?

Smell Training Program

Several studies have shown that smell training can be beneficial for those who’ve lost their sense of smell, have a poor sense of smell, or have a distorted sense of smell.

While there’s no guarantee that smell training will restore your sense of smell, many people have seen positive results.

It's long-term smell training (at least 56 weeks) that seems to be associated with better results, which means that making smell training a part of your everyday routine - making it a habit - is an instrumental part in staying the course.

Learn to make smell training a habit by joining my 21-Day Jump-Start Smell Training Program. It takes place once per quarter.

The next session starts January 10-30 2022.

Learn More & Enroll Today

Smell Training Tips

Here are 5 tips for smell training with essential oils if you're training at home on your own.

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