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  • a recent study that I read basically asked this question not how old are you?

    最近我讀到的一項研究基本上是問這個問題,不是問你多大了?

  • But how old do you feel?

    但你覺得自己有多大?

  • And they asked for a specific reason because they found a correlation between how people feel and how old they really act and how their bodies actually age.

    而他們問出了一個具體的原因,因為他們發現人們的感覺和他們的真實行為和他們的身體實際年齡之間存在著相關性。

  • There was this great story that we did about a nursing home that was really close to a nursery school.

    有這樣一個偉大的故事,我們做了一個養老院,是非常接近一所幼兒園。

  • People from the nursing home oftentimes spend time with these kids and you'd see them get out of the nursing home, actually walked down the street to the nursery school, something that they didn't typically do and then spend time with these kids.

    養老院的人經常和這些孩子們在一起,你會看到他們從養老院出來,居然走到街上去幼兒園,這是他們通常不會做的事情,然後和這些孩子們在一起。

  • Besides the exercise, it seemed to bring them a lot of laughter, a lot of joy.

    除了鍛鍊身體之外,似乎也給他們帶來了很多的歡笑,很多的快樂。

  • If you look at some of these elderly people who are spending time with younger people, you're starting to see the benefits you're starting to see.

    如果你看一些老人和年輕人在一起的時候,你就會開始看到你開始看到的好處。

  • Reductions in dementia improvements in memory overall improve motility is, well, people getting up and walking about.

    減少痴呆症的改善記憶力整體提高運動是,好了,人們起床和走動。

  • And I think, perhaps most importantly, less depression and more joy.

    而我想,也許最重要的是,少了些鬱悶,多了些快樂。

  • I think Frank Sinatra probably had it right when he said, You make me feel so young.

    我想弗蘭克-辛納屈說的可能是對的,他說:"你讓我覺得自己很年輕"。

a recent study that I read basically asked this question not how old are you?

最近我讀到的一項研究基本上是問這個問題,不是問你多大了?

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心態年輕對健康的好處 (The Health Benefits Of Being Young At Heart)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 23 日
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