Loss Of Smell
Losing your sense of smell, a condition known as anosmia includes both reduced sensitivity to smells and a total loss of the sense. Whichever you suffer from, seek medical care if your symptoms do not improve within three days. The smell can often be impacted by colds and the flu, especially COVID-19, but if symptoms don't fade with time, visit a nearby Carbon Health.
- Loss of smell, or anosmia, can be caused by a variety of factors such as viral infections, head injuries, and nasal polyps. Viral infections such as the common cold or flu can cause temporary loss of smell. Head injuries that damage the olfactory nerves or brain can also cause anosmia.
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