A new study reveals that the smell of coffee itself is sufficient for better brain work.
In tests carried out by the New Jersey Institute of Technology, it has been shown that people tested in a coffee-smelling room have better tested the tests because their brain reacted as if consuming caffeine.
Also, the respondents were asked what they think about the different scents, and it turned out that people believe that the rooms that smell like coffee positively act on them, in contrast to the areas with floral fragrances or without any odor.
According to the results of the study, the brain, recognizing the famous smell of coffee, reacts in a very similar way to when drinking coffee. Caffeine is a stimulant that means it activates the brain and nervous system, reduces fatigue, and makes people worse and more focused on tasks.