This Is How Smells Affect Your Brain


This Is How Smells Affect Your Brain© Pinterest

Have you ever smelled a perfume that reminds you of a special someone? Or went to somebody’s house that smells like your mother’s cooking? Do you remember exactly what those smells made you feel?

According to science, all creatures have an olfactory receptor (smell receptor), which is a protein that is capable of tying odor molecules, it is playing an important role in the sense of smell.

Rabbits have 100 million of these olfactory while dogs have 220 million. Humans, however, have only 5 or 6 million of them. But they are still powerful enough to control our lives.

Click through the swipes to discover how smells can affect our brain and change many things about our lives



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here