Phantom Smells May Be More Common Than Thought, Study Finds

If you’re prone to “smelling” something that your friends or family say they don’t smell, you may be experiencing symptoms of what could be a serious health concern, NBC News reports. Studies show that phantom smells or strange odors no one else can detect could be a signal of a temporal lobe seizure, onset of Alzheimer’s, epilepsy or just an oncoming migraine. Researchers said phantom smells appear more often as we age, and that MRIs or CT scans can be used to...

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