Sensory cues alone are potent enough to drive these aging effects

Previous research has hinted at the idea that interactions with the opposite sex could accelerate aging. Building on this foundation, Garratt’s study takes a step further by demonstrating that even without direct interaction, sensory cues alone are potent enough to drive these aging effects.

“This study sheds light on the profound impact that sensory information — what we see, hear, and smell — can have on our bodies, potentially influencing our health and the way we age,” Garratt explains.

— Read more in Exposure to certain odors and pheromones speeds up the aging process at Earth.


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