Why Do I Have an Ammonia Smell in My Nose?

Answer

Ammonia smell in the nose is often caused by Phantosmia, a brain related problem. It is also caused by lack of enough carbohydrates in the body. You should consider increasing the percentage of carbohydrates in your diet and if the smell persists, go for a thorough check-up by a good Neurophysician.
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