Why are people not getting enough sleep? As we age, our responsibilities and expectations increase, leading to increased worry and fear of fulfilling them. However, in the case of children, sleep is not much of an issue. Our sense of smell has been associated with our well-being for many decades now because it makes us feel good about ourselves, whether it’s to make us feel attractive or attractive to calm our senses.
The olfactory cortex is found in the temporal lobe of the brain, which processes all kinds of sensory input, thereby impacting our emotional responses, both psychological and physiological. Scents are evocative, thus recreating certain responses to scents when you encounter them again in the future.
Unsurprisingly, certain scents are generally associated with a more inviting bedroom environment. In a 2012 National Sleep Foundation survey, 78% of people said they were more excited to go to bed when their sheets and duvet smelled fresh, and 71% of people described more comfortable sleep with fresh linens. Sheets are just one source of bedtime scents that can help you feel good. Home fragrances such as reed diffusers and scented candles also play a vital role in creating not only a pleasant smelling environment, but also creating the perfect lighting and ambiance. .