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Covid-19 taste loss
How much does Covid-19 affect taste?
Vitamin A Nasal Rinse
An alternative to vitamin A nasal drops
Hacks, quacks and facts
Social media cures for smell loss
Mouth issues - what we know
We share an update on what we know about experiencing mouth problems when you have a smell disorder.
What happens in your brain when you cannot smell
We find out more about what changes occur in the brain and the importance of smell training.
How many people have lost their sense of smell because of Covid-19?
We unravel the latest articles around persistent smell loss following Covid-19.
An Interview with Dr Stephanie Hunter
Dr Stephanie Hunter talks about what motivated her to research food for altered smell and taste.
Why AbScent is fundraising
Our Fundraising Manager, Angela, explains the need for more research and funding it.
The impact of smell distortion on mental health
On World Mental Health Day, we examine how a smell disorder can impact on wellbeing.
Research highlights impact of Covid-19 on smell and taste
How the AbScent Community changed medical understanding
Employees with smell disorders need coffee-free spaces
Our tips for managing your smell disorder as you return to the office.
Keeping active can maintain sense of smell
Keeping active in later life can help to maintain your sense of smell, according to a recent study.
Stepping out for AbScent
Angela is raising funds to change the story for people with smell disorders.
The best essential oils for smell training?
The oils don't matter - it's how you train that really helps taste and smell to recover.
Why do cooking smells make me gag?
We look at why cooking smells trigger parosmia and share some tips to get you back in the kitchen.
Making meals more appealing
Researchers have found that adding flavour enhancements can make food more palatable.
Sound and smell
A recent study finds 'music training' positively influences response to bad smells.
You're not a Picky Eater
Parosmia limits the variety of foods you can eat, but that doesn't mean you've become a picky eater.
How can we know research is reliable?
When there is so much information online, how do we know what to trust?
Managing personal hygiene
8 out of 10 people worry about their own smell so we share some tips from the AbScent Community.
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