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Paljon hajuvesiä käyttävät naiset ovat muita masentuneimpia. Tämä johtuu siitä, että masentuneilla ihmisillä hajuaisti huononee. Tällöin tulee parfyymia lurautettua tavallista enemmän.

Eli nyt vain kamuja haistelemaan. Tuoksuvatko kovinkin oodogolonjelle? Ettei olis depis!

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kyllähän sen järkikin sanoo, että liikaa jos käyttää hajuvettä ei ole ihan tolkuissaan tai on kova tupakoimaan ja tupakoitsijathan eivät ole tolkuissaan, kun tuhoavat terveytensä ja haisevat....

Women who drench themselves in strong perfume may actually be ill - rather than anti-social.

Scientists have discovered a link between depression and the loss of a sense of smell.

Those who are clinically depressed lose sensitivity in their olfactory glands at the same time and thus unwittingly splash too much scent about.

It is hoped the research could lead to the development of a " smell test" to help diagnose depression. The study leader,



Professor Yehuda Shoenfeld, said: " Our scientific findings suggest that women who are depressed are also losing their sense of smell, and may overcompensate by using more perfume.



" We also believe that depression has biological roots and may be an immune system response to certain physiological cues."



Professor Shoenfeld, from Tel Aviv University, looked at the links between depression and autoimmuneconditions such as lupus, arthritis and rheumatism.



Researchers found that in lupus cases, a particle known as an ' autoantibody' attacked the immune system, making the patient feel low, and affecting their sense of smell as well.



Describing the particle, Professor Shoenfeld added: " We found that when generated, it weakens a person' s sense of smell and can induce the feeling of depression."



Scientists have previously associated losing the sense of smell with the onset of Alzheimer' s disease and some doctors use a " smell test" to determine whether a patient has the brain disease.



But it is the first time that depression has been linked to smell in lupus patients.



The report published in the journal Arthritis and Rheumatism also suggests that aromatherapy could be a powerful weapon against depression, and actually helps patients regain their sense of smell.



Professor Shoenfeld added: " People who are depressed seem to respond well to aromatherapy. Certain smells seem to help them overcome the effects of the biological factors.



" The retail industry has already learned that if it splashes good smells around, it can convince clients to buy more and invest more money. It certainly has an effect on one' s mood."

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