Stimulating Smell Fights Memory Loss and Dementia
New research shows repeatedly stimulating your sense of smell has a significant impact on your brain’s memory center – far larger than you might ever guess. HealthCall’s Lee Kelso talks with Dr. Michael Leon, PhD, from University of California at Irvine about a study that showed a 226% increase in memory for older adults exposed to essential oils every night for 6-months. You’ll learn why smell is so closely linked to memory, and about a new device that may have the power to reverse memory loss due to dementia. Read the study: https://news.uci.edu/2023/08/01/sweet-smell-of-success-simple-fragrance-method-produces-major-memory-boost/
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