Olfactory training to regain smell after Covid-19

According to the researchers, although there is no evidence to confirm that 100% of this olfactory training can fully restore the ability to smell.

However, the method has no side effects. Therefore, when people lose their sense of smell suddenly, especially after Covid-19, people can try this method.

Olfactory training is a way for patients to be exposed to many different smells such as lemon, cinnamon, mint … to stimulate regaining olfactory function after damage.

Loss of smell is an infection that attacks olfactory receptors, causing a blockage in the nose that causes the person to lose their smell or have an odor disorder.

This condition usually occurs in Covid-19 patients.

Many people believe that the loss of smell due to Covid-19 will fully recover on its own in 7-10 days.

However, in reality, many people lose their sense of smell, taste to more than 20 days, a month even longer.

In addition, loss of smell also occurs due to hypotension, indigestion also changes the taste and smell, affecting the ability to detect odors.

Olfactory training is a way for patients to be exposed to many different smells such as lemon, cinnamon, mint … to stimulate regaining olfactory function after damage.

Loss of smell is an infection that attacks olfactory receptors, causing a blockage in the nose that causes the person to lose their smell or have an odor disorder.