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This seems weird but I guess your nose is still connected to your brain…

Fox News reported, University of Sussex’s Computer-Human Interaction (SCHI) Lab lead author, Giada Brianza, a Ph. D. student says, “Our study shows how the sense of smell can influence the image we have in our mind of our body and on the feelings and emotions towards it.”

The study also found that vanilla has the opposite effect, making participants in the study feel heavier.

This is crazy they should start making cologne and perfume based on what you want to feel. Who new scents change your way of thinking…