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Can You Smell in Your Sleep?

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According to a study conducted at Brown University, smells do not have the ability to wake you up. The study concluded that sounds have the ability to startle a person awake but the smell of smoke or fire does not have the same affect. The only time that participants in the study were able to wake up due to smells were in the early stages of sleep called stage one sleep. So the answer to the question of if you can smell in your sleep is no.
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