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Smells That Will Make You Feel Instantly Happier

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To most people, a smell isn’t just a fragrance, it’s a memory. When you get a whiff of chocolate chip cookies, you may think of baking in your Mom’s kitchen. When a warm breeze blows the smell of fresh flowers, you’re instantly rocketed back to your first dance and the corsage your date brought. But aside from their memory inducing powers, certain scents can also do amazing things for our mind and body. From stress relief to headache relief, certain aromas have a way of making an impact. In honor of Sense of Smell Day, below find 7 scents that are more than just a nice fragrance they benefit your well-being.

In Research has found that pine smell will help to reduce the stress and also found that depression and anxiety were significantly reduced in participants on days when they walked through the country’s pine-filled woods.


Citrus fruits can be good for when you will feel down since they proven effective in boosting alertness and energy. Clean with lemon instead of chemicals to make whole home smell happy and this smell will change our mood as a happy.

Freshly cut grass

Freshly cut grass releases a chemical that causes relaxing and joyful feelings. The smell is so powerful that is said to prevent mental decline as your age.


Flowers Jasmine and Lavender these can be a great stress reliever. Jasmine is ideal for boosting your mood. Lavender is good for easing depression.


Rosemary is likewise Brain Booster. Rosemary smell improves peoples abilities to remember complex event and tasks.


Peppermint leaves to elevate your mood and stimulate your mind and body to elevate your mood and stimulate your mind and body. Athletes who smell peppermint have improved athletic performance and better breathing.

Baby Powder

Baby powder smell reminds us of the safety and security we felt as children, for parents, it invokes memories of the happiness they felt when their children were young.

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