Constitution: Perfumes are the last touches of elegance that are used and express the personality of the individual. In addition, perfumes play a big role in improving mood, self-confidence and others.
Many people often associate the scent of perfume with specific people and specific memories, as it is with the smell of aromatic aromas in the formation of neural connections that the smell intertwines with emotions.
According to Psychology Today, perfumes also have a major impact on mental health:
1- The perfume can be used to provoke feelings towards a relative during periods of absence, as the reminder of the smell attracts the feeling of the presence of this person rather than looking at his image.
2- Perfumes that contain mint help to activate the area of the brain that wakes us up in the morning.
Brian Rawdenbusch, a psychologist at Wheeling University in West Virginia, confirmed that athletes run faster and do more push-ups when exposed to perfumes or odors that include mint.
3. Perfumes containing jasmine help you sleep. “Our research shows that the smell of jasmine in the bedroom leads to a quieter night and a higher level of alert the next day,” says Rawdenbusch.
Other laboratories have found that the smell of jasmine increases the brain waves associated with deep sleep.
4- Fragrances containing lavender help to relax and exposure to the smell of lavender can reduce heart rate.