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The truth about cures
Claims that a particular action cured smell loss are often coincidence not cure.
Parosmia research findings
Breakthrough in understanding the causes of parosmia.
No one understands me
Some strategies when you feel as though people don't understand
Research highlights impact of Covid-19 on smell and taste
The experience of patients who lost smell and taste following Covid-19 infection.
Podcast: the impact COVID-19 is having on taste and smell
A recent Food Matters Table Talk Podcast featuring Professor Barry Smith.
New programme for AbScent members
The AbScent Network, a brand new membership service to build a better quality of life with smell…
How coronavirus affects smell
What's going on in the nose when coronavirus strikes.
Vaccine questions answered
BRS President, Claire Hopkins, answered questions on the vaccine and what people with smell loss…
The science behind parosmia
Dr Jane Parker and her team are unlocking the secrets of parosmia.
Changing the story for smell disorders
How AbScent is making a difference to the lives of thousands.
Insights from our November webinar into the causes of parosmia and why some smells can go wrong.
Investigating the chemistry that causes some aromas to smell so bad.
Experiment with food strategies
Parosmia can make it difficult to eat and you need to experiment with alternatives
Coming to terms with total anosmia
Losing your sense of smell is like a bereavement. Here is how one person rose to meet the challenge.
Recovering smell lost through brain injury
Traumatic brain injury is a common cause of smell loss, but smell training can help.
Burning mouth sensation
Many people with smell loss may also experience this burning sensation.
When water tastes disgusting
What can you do when your parosmia makes water taste disgusting?
The British Rhinological Society has agreed the treatment path for sudden loss of smell.
How smell affects your feelings
Ilona Croy and Barry C Smith explore the close links between smell and mood.
When food has lost its joy
Overcoming the eating difficulties associated with anosmia
Five ways to overcome eating challenges
Taken from the webinar ‘When food has lost its joy’ recorded on 15 September 2020.
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