Discover 5 Scents That Will Turbo Charge Your Energy, Mood, Brain Power, and More
In studies of 105 subjects, it was found that people who inhaled a chocolate-like aroma when they felt hungry lost almost 3 pounds in 2 weeks. A research study of 3,193 people found that a whiff of banana, green apples or peppermint scents find out an average weight loss of 30 pounds in 6 months.
By sniffing the above aromas often, and remembering to smell all foods before you eat. This will make your brain believe that you're eating more, while in reality lessening your
Boost Energy Levels
The following scents stir the portion of the brain that enhance wakefulness...
Jasmine causes a high level of beta waves in the brain, which will rev-up alertness, drinking
jasmine tea is agreat pick-me-up.
Stawberries and buttered popcorn will cause people who exercise to burn more calories.
Peppermint will also work to boost alertness. Chewing peppermint gum or eating a
peppermint candy can result mid-day wake up call.
Freshly Brewed Coffee aroma and its connection with caffeine helps the brain
feel the energizing effects without the caffeine rush.
Improve Your Romance
Men and Women are sexually aroused by scents, but smells that stimulate are not the same.
For men: The blood flow to the penis is increased by 40% smelling lavander or pumpkin pie.
Get a sniff of doughnuts, black licorice, vanilla or women's fragrances will also cause sexual
stimulation in men.
For women: The scent of cucumber and licorice are arousing. Turn offs for women are scents
of cherries, barbecued meat, and believe it or not men's cologne.
Lower Your Anxiety
Fresh, natural aromas, in general cause a calming effect.
A study of very confinded subject (small dark closet or room) showed people became very agitated, but when scents of green apples and cucumbers were pump in the subject seemed
to calm down, their is some correlation these ordors have with the emotional center of the brain.
If you feel a condition may arise where you may feel anxious, wash your hair with green-apple-scented shampoo and/or place a portion of the shampoo on a cloth and bring it with you.
Increase Memory Power
Studies show people who smell a floral scent have a 17% boost in new information retention.
So, when reading new information take a whiff of a floral aroma, then smell it again to recall it.
Neurologist refer to this as state-dependent learning.
The information you learn from one state--from smelling honeysuckle aroma--will increase your
rention of that same information when getting a sniff of honeysuckle.
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