Brains: Lobal Alignments

They can occur in one or both nostrils. The phantom smell may seem to always be present or it may come and go. Phantosmia may occur after a head injury or upper respiratory infection. It can also be caused by temporal lobe seizures, inflamed sinuses, brain tumors and Parkinson’s disease.
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Sudden attacks of weird smells and tastes. Anybody get them or know …

Mar 28, 2013 – yes I get this, like phantom smells,burning iron, toast, hypersenitive …. I suffered from smelling and then tasting a sweet chemical smell for …

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Taste Disorders | NIDCD

To learn more about your sense of smell, read the NIDCD publication, Smell … The most common taste disorder is phantom taste perception: a lingering, often …

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Brain Can Generate Unexplained Noise In Ears — ScienceDaily

Dec 26, 2002 – Unexplained and severe tinnitus–a ringing or buzzing in the ears–can be temporarily reduced in some patients by “jamming” the brain’s electrical activity with focused magnetic stimulation, according to a preliminary study in the Annals of Neurology. The results confirm that some …

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Musical Ear Syndrome—The phantom voices, ethereal music & other …

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These phantom sounds do not contain any information of a meaningful personal nature. These voices neither talk to the person, or about them, nor do they …

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Phantom Traffic, Phantom Furance and Other Phantom Sounds

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Phantom Traffic, Phantom Furance and Other Phantom Sounds. by Neil Bauman, Ph.D. A man asked: What could be causing a rumbling, banging sort of sound …

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Tinnitus symptoms include a variety of phantom sounds.

http://www.healthyhearing.com › Help › Tinnitus

Oct 16, 2015 – Tinnitus is a phantom sound generated in the brain and only the patient can perceive the irritating noise. When these sounds occur without any …

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Synesthesia – Wikipedia

Synesthesia is a neurological phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive …. The colors triggered by certain sounds, and any other synesthetic visual experiences, are referred to as photisms. ….. an involuntary joining or crossing of any of her senses – hearing, vision, taste, touch, smell and movement.

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Humans use all their brain, to constantly regulate the body and manage in socially complex scenarios, requiring knowledge of the past and ability to plan for the future.
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