Further Reading and Resources
Information and links to wider reading and resources helpful to those affected by smell and taste and disorders.
Web Links to Resources, Articles and Blogs:
The human nose can detect more than 1 trillion smells
Effects of Olfactory Training in Patients with Olfactory Loss; The Laryngoscope
Anosmia, The Quiet Killer
A Sense of Hope: The Monell Anosmia Project
Wonder What it’s Like to Have No Sense of Smell? It Stinks.
New Help for Anosmia Sufferers
Anosmia, by Helen Gatcum and Tim Jacob; Cardiff University
Assessing the Impact of Anosmia: Review of a Questionnaire’s Findings, 1999 Oxford Journals/Chemical Senses
Anosmia: No Sense Of Smell Linked to Relationship, Sex Problems, Huffington Post 2012
Scientists Address Anosmia, Loss of Sense of Smell;
Smell (Olfaction), A Tutorial on the Sense of Smell
Odd Reason Some Guys Have Fewer Sex Partners
Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer, November 29, 2012
Rachel Herz Website: The author of Scent of Desire and many TEDx Talks
Season to Taste: How I Lost My Sense of Smell and Found My Way
It was Molly’s book about her experience of anosmia and the journey she undertook to learn about the condition and the sense of smell itself that was the inspiration for the creation of Fifth Sense, so we are big fans of Molly here. If you haven’t read her book, ‘Season to Taste‘, then go out and get yourself a copy.
A World Without Smells
Lars Lundqvist was born without a sense of smell. In this book he talks about his experience of life in a world where smell does not exist.
The Scent of Desire: Discovering Our Enigmatic Sense of Smell
Anosmia. Nostalgia for a Forbidden Sense.
Paperback – November 10, 2008, by Ezza Agha Malak
Published by University Press of the South
Brain Sense: The Science of the Senses and How We Process the World Around Us
Navigating Smell and Taste Disorders
Neurology Now Books [Paperback] by Ronald DeVere, Marjorie Calvert
The Secret of Scent: Adventures in Perfume and the Science of Smell
What the Nose Knows: The Science of Scent in Everyday Life
Facebook groups/pages set up by people with smell and taste disorders to help others. Inclusion of these links does not indicate an endorsement by Fifth Sense: