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Your Nose Knows!

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Your Nose Knows!

It’s already been proven that smells are strongly linked to memory. But a new experiment suggests that breathing through your nose while learning something can boost your memory. Smelling something triggers the olfactory bulb which helps transfer sense and memory information. Breathing through your mouth shortcuts that path. So if you need to learn and retain information, remember to breathe through your nose. Unless you have large adenoids.


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