That usually happens to me for a few days after I've been around a bonfire or some other amount of smoke or fire. I'm not sure what it is...my guess is that maybe your nose hairs get a little singed or the scent particles hang around in your nose for awhile.
i have that too, but i do not know the solution sorry
I dont have an answer but I do have this problem for about a week now and its driving me crazy! Does someone have an answer.
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maybe physiological, sorry, have you have a bad experience with it
I haven't heard of a constant smoke smell, but I have heard of people having a problem where their sense of smell gets fixed on one odor. My dad for example, all he could smell was gasoline. He went to an ear nose and throat doctor and they said he had diseased tissue in his sinus area and gave him a script of some kind of steroid spray that he used for a long time. I honestly don't know if it helped him or if he just got used to it. It messed up his eating of course because everything smelt like gasoline and he survived for over a year by drinking ensure plus, and never ate anything! He ended up passing away about 7 years later from Pancreatic Cancer and I often wondered if that was an early warning that something was going wrong in his pancreas. I am not trying to scare you...just sharing my experience. Good luck.