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  • [Yawn] Oh, sorry. I'm not tired, my brain's just overheated.

    歐~抱歉!我沒有很累,我只是腦子頓頓的。

  • At least that's what a new study says. Researchers at the University of Vienna found that the

    至少這是新的研究上面所說的。Vienna的大學研究員發現

  • amount of yawning we do increases when our brains are hot. (Via ScienceDirect)

    當我們的頭腦過載,打哈欠的頻率的確就會增加

  • "Much like a computer, your brain works best at a certain temperature and tries to avoid

    跟電腦很像,你的大腦在一定的溫度下有最佳的效能,並且試著避免

  • over-heating. And it turns out, yawning increases your heart rate, blood flow and the use of

    過熱。然後這種運作方式,打哈欠會加速心跳、血液流動的速度,還有你

  • muscles in your face, which are all essential to cooling the brain." (Via YouTube / AsapSCIENCE

    臉部肌肉的使用也會受影響。所以大腦的降溫變得很重要。

  • )

  • So, why is yawning associated with being tired? Well, exhaustion and sleep deprivation are

    所以,為什麼打哈欠跟疲倦扯上關係呢?疲倦以及失眠被

  • known to increase overall brain temperature. (Via Flickr / twob / nate2009)

    認為是增加大腦溫度的原因。

  • But as the Daily Mail points out, researchers found people yawn less when it's hotter than

    但是,就如同『每日郵報』指出,研究人員發現,當大腦的溫度高於正常體溫時,

  • normal body temperature outside, which makes senseyou would be breathing in hot air.

    人們比較少打哈欠。這也說得通,因為你被迫在很熱的環境呼吸。

  • Not exactly cooling.

    跟降溫沒什麼關係

  • The research says people also yawn less at the other extreme. When it's super cold outside

    研究員指出,人們在極端的狀態下較少打哈欠。當外面天氣超冷

  • like, say, frozenbrain cooling may not be necessary. (Via Walt Disney Studios

    像是下雪,大腦的降溫變得沒這麼重要。

  • / "Frozen")

  • Time notes this study builds on research that showed yawns are preceded by sporadic rises

    『時代雜誌』紀錄著這個研究,調查顯示打哈欠可以藉由

  • in brain temperatures and are followed immediately by decreases in brain temps.

    大腦溫度提升被事先偵測到,也可以藉由大腦溫度的下降被追蹤。

  • We still don't know why yawning is contagious, but the researchers argue it might be an evolutionary

    我們尚未找出打哈欠會傳染的主因,但是研究員證明它有可能是一個特徵的演化,

  • trait to improve overall alertness.

    為了只是要提升整體的警覺。

  • TED says it's an empathetic response.

    TED 說這是一個移情的反應

  • "In fact, contagious yawning starts occurring when we are about 4 or 5 years old, at the

    「其實,打哈欠會傳染早在我們四五歲時就已經發生啦,

  • point when children develop the ability to identify other emotions properly."

    這時小孩正在發展辨識其他情緒的能力

  • And now I'll be yawning all day.

    現在,我今天一整天都會打哈欠啦!!!

[Yawn] Oh, sorry. I'm not tired, my brain's just overheated.

歐~抱歉!我沒有很累,我只是腦子頓頓的。

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打哈欠如何幫助你的大腦降溫? (How Yawning Could Help Cool Down Your Brain)

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