Losing Sense of Smell Can Worsen Life in Many Ways: Study
MONDAY, Jan. 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Could you imagine not being able to smell bacon frying, or freshly cut grass, or the presence of smoke?
People who lose their sense of smell face difficulties that can affect their daily lives and put their health and safety at risk, a new British study suggests.
It included 71 patients, ages 31 to 80, who lost their sense of smell. They reported a number of problems -- from concerns about personal hygiene to loss of sexual intimacy and the breakdown of personal relationships. They also reported physical health consequences and the difficulties and cost of seeking help.Full Article