Tales of Anosmia by Joolz Zenda

Life in Anosmia

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Odourless Reality


The Parosmia Diaries
Louise Woollam

Accountant and beauty-blogger/perfume writer Louise Woollam lost her sense of smell after a cold in 2014. Now recovering, she's suffered a gamut of smell disorders from anosmia to cacosmia and everything in between.

Anosmia My World
debbie Jinks

I am a singer and lyricist by trade and acquired anosmia from a blow to the head. I have a blog about it called 'Anosmia My World', and also a Facebook group called "Living Well With Anosmia", to support sufferers of anosmia. My condition has since improved and I'm hopeful that it will continue to do so.

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Girl who can't smell
brianna salazar

Mostly everyone (and their mom) has their five senses. I only have four. I can see, touch, taste, and hear. I can not smell. To many out there, this does not warrant an inkling of curiosity, but to the majority of those whom I inform (for safety reasons etc…) they are really fascinated by my condition. Yes, there is a name for this type of sensory deprivation. It is called “Anosmia,” and according to Merriam-Webster, it is defined as the, ” loss or impairment of the sense of smell.”