Most, if not all people are born with a right-dominant brain hemisphere, which ensures a harmony among the two hemispheres; that state remains until the age of 3. From birth until about the age of three synapses in our brain develop very rapidly and efficiently. At the age of three, our brain has up to twice as many synapses as it will have in adulthood. This number is maintained until about 10-12 years of age, at which time the synaptic density begins to decline. In the brain’s process of producing and disposing of synapses, the individual’s interaction with the environment plays a significant role (reaction to stimuli, collection, processing, and storage of information). As society alters our brain dominance to the left, which impedes interhemispheric harmony; though it is not yet proven, it is likely that this causes an imbalance among our bodily organs, which, in turn, is the cause of the deterioration of that pleasant scent, which is representative of our health’s overall decline.