Neurological condition where you smell cigarettes?

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Lulu Buckridge asked a question: Neurological condition where you smell cigarettes?
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Date created: Thu, Mar 25, 2021 5:19 PM
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  • If the smell of smoke occurs suddenly and continues for less than a few minutes, the site of origin is likely the smell region of the inner temporal lobe of the brain, called the uncus. The source could be an abnormal electrical discharge or "firing" in the brain (a seizure).

Phantosmia is a condition that causes you to smell odors that aren't actually present. When this happens, it's sometimes called an olfactory hallucination. The types of odors people smell vary from person to person. Some might notice the odor in just one nostril, while others have it in both.

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