Smells can improve your mood

Smells can improve your mood

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It has long been known that smells can affect not only the phys­i­cal, but also the psy­cho­log­i­cal state of a per­son. What does it look like in prac­tice?

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Smells can “make” the brain believe what you need at the moment — you just need to choose the right scent.

  • Is your apart­ment too crowd­ed — the rooms are small and filled with a lot of things? This sit­u­a­tion can be cor­rect­ed: cut green apples into slices and arrange around the room in an open bowl. This smell will “make” the brain real­ize that the room has increased and there is much more space.
  • The feel­ing of home com­fort, tran­quil­i­ty and sat­is­fac­tion will be brought to your home by the smells of fresh pas­tries and vanil­la. Super­mar­ket own­ers have known this for a long time and suc­cess­ful­ly use this “secret weapon” to put their cus­tomers in a good mood.
  • A small bunch of mint will help to drown out the kitchen spir­it and the smells of cooked food. A bunch of bananas can also cope with this task.
  • A deli­cious straw­ber­ry scent or the smell of fried pop­corn can ener­gize your soul and increase your emo­tion­al lev­el.
  • If you still can’t fin­ish the quar­ter­ly report, put a bou­quet of flow­ers on your desk­top. It turns out that the flo­ral scent can improve our men­tal abil­i­ties and mem­o­ry.

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