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  • So we read this book called Why we Sleep.

    所以我們讀了這本書,叫《我們為什麼要睡覺》。

  • You know, the things so many of us crave but can never seem to get enough of.

    你知道,我們很多人都渴望的東西,但似乎永遠無法得到足夠的。

  • The book makes it clear that a lack of sleep can affect everything from your mental health, cognitive abilities, immune system and basically every aspect of your life.

    書中明確指出,睡眠不足會影響到你的心理健康、認知能力、免疫系統等各個方面,基本上影響到你生活的方方面面。

  • But the irony is that we don't fully understand why we or any animal for that matter sleeps.

    但諷刺的是,我們並不完全理解我們或任何動物為什麼會睡覺。

  • We just know that without it, most species slowly deteriorate.

    我們只知道,如果沒有它,大多數物種會慢慢退化。

  • This is one scenario that honestly happens to me all the time, and I'm sure happens to you as well.

    這種情況說實話,我經常遇到,我相信你也會遇到。

  • You're getting ready for your day.

    你在為你的一天做準備。

  • You shower, you polish your pearls, you've got your coffee and you do whatever else it takes to get your brain and body moving, only to have the first person you and cannot say, Oh, honey, you look tired.

    你洗澡,你擦亮你的珍珠,你喝了你的咖啡,你做了任何其他的事情,讓你的大腦和身體活動起來,卻有第一個人你和不能說,哦,親愛的,你看起來很累。

  • Which got us wondering about the idea of beauty sleep like does sleep deprivation play an intrinsic role in the way that we look?

    這讓我們對美容睡眠的想法產生了懷疑,比如睡眠不足對我們的外觀是否有內在的作用?

  • So we are going to stay awake for the next 36 hours and document and take progress pictures of every stage.

    所以我們要在接下來的36個小時裡保持清醒,記錄並拍攝每個階段的進展照片。

  • Here are the rules of our experiment will take photos every six hours.

    下面是我們實驗的規則,每隔六個小時會拍一次照片。

  • We've set up a dark corner in our house so we can control the lighting is best as possible.

    我們在家裡設置了一個暗角,這樣我們可以儘可能地控制燈光。

  • No makeup or facial touch ups, though.

    雖然沒有化妝或面部修飾。

  • No napping, which is honestly gonna be really hard for us and finally were allowed to have our normal morning coffee.

    沒有午睡,說實話,這對我們來說真的會很難受,終於被允許喝到了正常的早晨咖啡。

  • But after that, absolutely zero caffeine and at the end of the 36 hours awake, we're going to see just how messed up we look.

    但在那之後,絕對零咖啡因,在36小時的清醒結束後,我們會看到我們的樣子有多亂。

  • We have this set up to help us measure exactly where we go.

    我們有這樣的設置來幫助我們準確地測量我們所去的地方。

  • Way have the same photo each time.

    方式每次都有相同的照片。

  • No expressions that we could match it.

    沒有我們能匹配的表達方式。

  • Even a little fact about me.

    哪怕是關於我的一個小事實。

  • The last time I pulled an all nighter the second I went to bed at this the bed I was 18 years old.

    上一次我拉了一個通宵,我一上床就在這張床睡覺,當時我18歲。

  • You're 18 and old.

    你已經18歲了

  • Woke up Pete.

    醒來的皮特。

  • The bat was so embarrassed that I took all my sheets and I threw it into a backyard somewhere.

    蝙蝠很不好意思,我把我的床單都拿走了,我把它扔到了後院的某個地方。

  • Never told my parents in their type of sheet.

    從來沒有告訴我的父母在他們的類型表。

  • Sounds like no.

    聽起來像沒有。

  • So obviously the 1st 14 hours or so, we're pretty standard.

    所以很明顯,第1個14小時左右,我們很標準。

  • We woke up at 8 a.m. and then just had to go on living our normal lives while taking pictures every six hours.

    我們早上8點起床,然後就只能繼續過著正常的生活,同時每隔6個小時拍一次照片。

  • But for whatever reason, because we knew we had to be up all night.

    但不管是什麼原因,因為我們知道我們必須要熬夜。

  • We were feeling away more tired than normal.

    我們感覺走的比平時更累。

  • How are you so tired?

    你怎麼這麼累?

  • Not after.

    不是之後。

  • Wait.

    等一下

  • What time is it now?

    現在是什麼時間?

  • So tired.

    好累啊

  • I don't do this.

    我不做這個。

  • Did you know that 386 billion square feet of cardboard is made each year?

    你知道每年有3860億平方英尺的紙板被製造出來嗎?

  • That seem absurd to kill some time and keep busy.

    這似乎很荒唐,打發點時間,忙裡偷閒。

  • We took the dog for a walk and then went to the office for some science.

    我們帶著狗狗去散步,然後去辦公室做科普。

  • You know, scientists actually don't really know why we look so messed up when we don't sleep.

    你知道嗎,科學家們其實也不知道為什麼我們不睡覺的時候會顯得那麼狼狽。

  • But there are two specific theories of evolutionary biologists have on.

    但進化生物學家有兩個具體的理論上。

  • We're gonna explain them today using tired three d printed crag.

    我們今天要用累三d印的峭壁來解釋它們。

  • It doesn't stack.

    它不疊加。

  • Oh, no.

    哦,不

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • Do this.

    這樣做。

  • So this is tired, Greg Boo.

    所以這很累,格雷布。

  • He's ugly.

    他是醜陋的。

  • And this is not tired.

    而這並不累。

  • The first theory is that since Greg is sleep deprived, he is more prone to accidents out.

    第一種理論是,由於格雷格睡眠不足,他更容易在外面發生意外。

  • Great lady and tired.

    偉大的女士和累。

  • Greg also has a weakened immune system that cough cough mars.

    格雷格的免疫系統也很弱,咳咳火星。

  • Thankfully, Greg's face is perceived as less attractive and less socially appealing.

    值得慶幸的是,格雷格的臉被認為不那麼吸引人,也不那麼有社會吸引力。

  • Therefore, untiring, happy, happy image notes to avoid Greg at all costs.

    是以,不厭其煩、快樂、幸福的形象筆記,不惜一切代價避開格雷格。

  • The second theory is that tired Greg is likely less optimistic and less good at showing emotions, which makes sense, cause his face is frozen in this tired state.

    第二種理論是,累了的格雷格很可能不那麼樂觀,也不善於表現情緒,這很有道理,因為他的臉在這種疲憊的狀態下是凝固的。

  • His busted faces signaling for Mitch to stay away so that he could be alone and not piss people off and get some sleep until he looks better.

    他那張破臉示意米奇離他遠點,這樣他就可以一個人靜一靜,不惹人生氣,睡一覺,直到他的臉色好轉。

  • And it's finally able to talk to people again.

    而它終於又能和人說話了。

  • Hey, these lights are helping Fasching banality shut.

    嘿,這些燈正在幫助法正平庸關閉。

  • My eyes became int.

    我的眼神變得 int。

  • Why did you read it Way Just finished recording a podcast.

    你為什麼要讀它的方式剛剛錄製完一個播客。

  • We decided we need something to keep us busy.

    我們決定要找些事情來讓我們忙起來。

  • What was the park us about?

    公園裡的我們是怎麼回事?

  • Oh, podcast is about sleep deprivation.

    哦,播客是關於睡眠不足的。

  • Oh, what do you know?

    哦,你知道什麼?

  • It was insane.

    這簡直是瘋了。

  • Our brains are completely shut off.

    我們的大腦是完全關閉的。

  • We did talk about some cool other studies.

    我們確實談了一些很酷的其他研究。

  • So if you want to listen, the podcast will put a link in the description.

    所以如果你想聽,播客會在描述中放一個鏈接。

  • I feel like I'm going crazy now that they were done.

    我感覺自己現在都快瘋了,他們已經完成了。

  • The podcast, my brain slowly melting.

    播客,我的大腦慢慢融化了。

  • We're not usually up this late.

    我們通常不會這麼晚還沒睡

  • Another six hours had passed, so we came home to take some photos.

    又過了六個小時,我們回家拍了一些照片。

  • Okay, so it is currently 4:15 a.m. Actually, don't feel so so tired.

    好了,目前是凌晨4點15分,其實,不覺得那麼那麼累。

  • But what I am noticing is that my cognitive abilities definite slowing down.

    但我注意到的是,我的認知能力肯定會變慢。

  • You wanted to acknowledge the fact that my memories are not actually being formed properly.

    你想承認我的記憶其實沒有正常形成。

  • So I had this beautiful brain here, and the fact is, we when you're sleep, survived any time you're trying toe, learn or remember something.

    所以,我有這個美麗的大腦在這裡, 而事實是,我們當你的睡眠,倖存下來的任何時間 你試圖趾,學習或記住的東西。

  • This is a lot harder to do than I thought, because I have learned this.

    這比我想象的要難得多,因為我已經學會了這個。

  • But now I am having a hard time.

    但現在我很難受。

  • We're calling it and saying it, and there's a lot of things happening at once, so don't usually have some science video.

    我們在叫它,也在說它,同時發生了很多事情,所以平時不要有一些科普視頻。

  • 20 time You're trying to learn something.

    20次 你想學點什麼。

  • An area in your brain called the hippocampus is really active.

    大腦中一個叫海馬體的區域真的很活躍。

  • It's basically like taking in all the information and processing it for you.

    基本上就像把所有的資訊都收進來,然後幫你處理。

  • But when they look at brain scans of people who are sleep deprived, the hippocampus is basically off.

    但當他們看睡眠不足的人的腦部掃描時,海馬體基本是關閉的。

  • On top of that, the proteins that are actually required to build connections between neurons are no longer available when you're over tired and so effectively, it's really hard to even make a memory Physically.

    除此之外,當你過度疲勞的時候,其實建立神經元之間的連接所需要的蛋白質已經不存在了,所以有效的情況下,真的連物理上的記憶都很難做到。

  • Studies have actually found that people who are sleep deprived around 40% less efficient at remembering things.

    其實研究發現,睡眠不足的人,記東西的效率會降低40%左右。

  • That's like the difference between literally ace an exam or failing at miserably.

    這就好比是字面上的王牌考試還是慘敗的區別。

  • So if you're watching this video and perhaps you're cramming for an exam procrastinating, I'm bagging you.

    所以,如果你正在看這個視頻,也許你正在補習考試拖延時間,我就包你了。

  • It's really worth it for you to go to sleep because you really aren't making any solid memories right now.

    真的值得你去睡覺,因為你現在真的沒有留下任何堅實的記憶。

  • How do you feel?

    你覺得怎麼樣?

  • Um, I'm so tired.

    嗯,我太累了。

  • It's just, like, kind of like, yeah, I can't mold in an art class.

    這只是,像,有點像,是的,我不能在美術課上塑造。

  • And I made it to make an art piece about how my obsession with celebrities away that I cope with me.

    我把它做成了一個藝術作品,關於我對名人的痴迷,我如何應付我。

  • Some things never change, should be in things.

    有些東西永遠不會改變,應該在事情。

  • Got a little weird.

    有一點奇怪。

  • I discovered sick top.

    我發現了病態的頂部。

  • I want to be homo SAPIENs.

    我想成為同人SAPIENs。

  • Ah, homo Neanderthal s.

    啊,同胞尼安德特人S。

  • Oh, my God, you thing.

    哦,我的上帝,你這個東西。

  • And then it happened.

    然後它就發生了。

  • The sunlight is sunrise.

    陽光是朝陽。

  • I literally can't everything from really right now I am having a second wind.

    我真的不能一切從真的現在我有第二個風。

  • Yeah, actually, your 3rd 1 or fourth, but I don't know.

    是的,實際上,你的第三個11或第四個,但我不知道。

  • I will make I feel good.

    我會讓我感覺良好。

  • I'm happy to see the sun.

    我很高興看到太陽。

  • Hey there.

    嘿,你好。

  • But you bring all like twice on her world's coming alive literally The second we came out here, those planes going over those alarms going off or in the city way telling you about again.

    但你把所有像兩次在她的世界的活潑的字面意思 我們一來到這裡,那些飛機去了那些警報響起 或在城市的方式告訴你再次。

  • So both Corrigan, I at this point in the morning are actually kind of feeling a little bit energized, like I'm still tired and cloudy but weirdly have a second wind, and it goes with some interesting science.

    所以無論是科里根,還是我在早上這個點其實都是有點精力充沛的感覺,就像我還很累,陰天,但奇怪的是有第二股風,這與一些有趣的科學有關。

  • One of the main reasons that you get really tired is because something in your brain builds up called a denizen over time, and the only way to really get rid of it is by either drinking coffee because it blocks the identity receptors in your brain or by going to sleep.

    你會很累的主要原因之一就是因為你的大腦裡有一種東西隨著時間的推移而堆積起來,叫做登徒子,而真正擺脫它的唯一方法就是喝咖啡,因為它阻斷了你大腦中的身份受體,或者是睡覺。

  • Obviously, we have not gone to sleep, so we have a law of identity building up.

    顯然,我們還沒有睡覺,所以我們有一個身份建立的規律。

  • But the other main factor is your sleep cycle and your circadian rhythm.

    但另一個主要因素是你的睡眠週期和晝夜節律。

  • So as the sun comes up, your body actually just starts to produce hormones that are in sync with daylight, which makes your body up.

    所以當太陽昇起的時候,你的身體其實就是開始產生與日光同步的激素,這讓你的身體起來。

  • So in this case, even though our denizen levels are really high as the sun's coming up, our bodies are actually waking up a bit.

    所以在這種情況下,儘管我們的denizen水準真的很高,因為太陽要升起了,但我們的身體其實是有點醒了。

  • As a result, we have sort of like a little up moment, but we are probably going to crash really hard later on as that cycle kind of phases out in the afternoon for us.

    是以,我們有那種像一個小的上升時刻,但我們可能會崩潰真的很難以後,因為該週期種階段性的下午我們。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • As our morning hormones that were acting as uppers began to wear off, we had to take another photo, and then it was the home stretch.

    當我們早上充當上衣的荷爾蒙開始消退時,我們不得不再拍一張照片,然後就是主場了。

  • This is not need to go back to bed.

    這是不需要回去睡覺的。

  • Yeah, this is really, really that this is the worst.

    是啊,這真的是,真的是,這是最糟糕的。

  • I don't know that I've ever really made it this far before without, like, having some seriously I push for and then immediately crashing after I haven't had any visual hallucinations.

    我不知道,我曾經真正做到這一點之前,沒有一樣,有一些嚴重的我推,然後立即崩潰後,我沒有任何視覺幻覺。

  • No, not at all.

    不,一點也不。

  • I definitely have had, just, like, major lapses that we're looking at, uh, get individual whose relations that you would get while I can't speak visual illusion issues that you Oh, my God.

    我肯定有,只是,像,重大失誤 我們正在尋找,呃,得到個人的關係 你會得到而我不能說 視覺錯覺問題,你哦,我的上帝。

  • That you would just be like a cosy little line.

    那你就像一個舒適的小線。

  • I don't think we'll reach that.

    我不認為我們會達到這個目標。

  • The only thing that could help us get through at this point was mindless but active video games as well as scrolling social media.

    此時唯一能幫助我們度過難關的就是無心但活躍的電子遊戲以及滾動的社交媒體。

  • I can't help but notice you're looking awfully cozy over here.

    我不禁注意到,你在這裡看起來非常舒適。

  • I need I shall mass for literally three seconded.

    我需要我將品質為字面上的三個秒。

  • Really Look so tired to me go look yourself in the mirror.

    真的看我這麼累,去照照鏡子吧。

  • No way.

    不可能

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • And I saw me right now.

    而我現在就看到了我。

  • I would be like you're sick.

    我會像你生病一樣。

  • Way finally took the last photos and then went straight, so we've had a chance to rest.

    偉終於拍了最後一張照片,然後直接走了,我們有機會休息了。

  • Now we have the photos ready for us to see how bad?

    現在我們已經準備好了照片,讓我們看看有多糟糕?

  • Well, it kind of feels like the whole thing was like a dream.

    嗯,感覺整個事情就像一場夢。

  • I honestly don't really remember that.

    說實話,我真的不記得了。

  • Yeah, so we'll know.

    是啊,所以我們會知道。

  • It wants me not.

    它要我不要。

  • I feel refreshed.

    我感覺神清氣爽。

  • That's why they look so snatched.

    這就是為什麼他們看起來如此搶手。

  • Ready?

    準備好了嗎?

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • Oh, no.

    哦,不

  • Look, like I'm crying.

    看,好像我在哭。

  • Yeah, you do like, your eyes are a so much smaller and you can see that your eyes are red.

    是啊,你做的一樣,你的眼睛是一個這麼多的小,你可以看到,你的眼睛是紅色的。

  • I think I literally look like I have just been crying, right?

    我想我看起來就像剛哭過一樣,對嗎?

  • Just died.

    剛剛死了。

  • I am actually more pale in the right one, which is rare from you haven't got It was so sad.

    我其實更蒼白的權利,這是罕見的從你還沒有得到它是如此悲傷。

  • Like my whole face is inflamed.

    就像我的整張臉都發炎了。

  • Actually, I look literally busted, but also the one on the left looks really mean.

    其實,我看起來真的是胸大無腦,但是左邊那個看起來也很凶。

  • You do have a kind of an intense straight face.

    你確實有一種強烈的直面。

  • I 100% would stay away from the first on the right.

    我100%會遠離右邊的第一個人。

  • I really would.

    我真的會。

  • I look absolutely pissed off in the morning.

    我早上看起來非常生氣。

  • Yeah, you look sad.

    是啊,你看起來很悲傷。

  • I mean, in my forehead, you can see I'm, like, wrinkling my eyes.

    我的意思是,在我的額頭上,你可以看到我一樣, 皺我的眼睛。

  • Probably cause I'm, like, trying really hard to keep.

    也許是因為我,喜歡,真的很努力地保持。

  • Yeah, they say they're supposed to from Nazi wrinkles.

    是啊,他們說他們應該從納粹的皺紋。

  • Round rises, maybe.

    圓圓的漲,也許。

  • What they mean, I didn't know what they meant by that.

    他們是什麼意思,我不知道他們說的是什麼意思。

  • To be honest, you don't look that that, like you're unattractive person.

    說實話,你看起來並不是那樣的,就像你是一個沒有吸引力的人。

  • I think anyone would be able to say, that's a tired person and that's not Yes, And I would really rather hang out with the person on the left and on the left.

    我想誰都會說,那是個累人的人,那不是Yes,而我真的更願意和左邊和左邊的人一起玩。

  • You look hot and on the right.

    你看起來很性感,而且在右邊。

  • I think you look.

    我覺得你看起來。

  • But I'm also just, like a little bit worried.

    但我也只是,像有點擔心。

  • Like a good take away from all of this for you.

    像是給你一個很好的啟示。

  • Is that yes.

    是的,是的。

  • If you want to look good for your wedding for a date for one of those photo shoots were you like a hug?

    如果你想好看你的婚禮的一個日期的那些照片拍攝是你喜歡一個擁抱?

  • A pumpkin?

    一個南瓜?

  • It's important to get a good night's sleep.

    睡個好覺很重要。

  • And as some people might serve, you do need to get your beauty sleep.

    而有些人可能會服務,你確實需要睡美容覺。

  • Thank you guys for watching.

    謝謝你們的觀看。

  • We actually haven't posted video in about three months or so.

    其實我們已經有三個月左右沒有發視頻了。

  • Took a bit of a break, and we've been thinking about trying different formats of videos and stuff.

    休息了一下,我們一直在思考嘗試不同格式的視頻什麼的。

  • So hopefully enjoyed this one.

    所以希望能喜歡上這個作品。

  • And we also just released a podcast about sleep deprivation with a lot more studies.

    而我們也剛剛發佈了一個關於睡眠剝奪的播客,還有很多研究。

  • It WAAS filmed will sleep deprived, so it's kind of messy, but it's very entertaining.

    它WAAS拍攝將睡眠不足,所以它是一種混亂,但它是非常有趣的。

  • We'll put a link below the click on or search for.

    我們會在點擊或搜索的下面放一個鏈接。

  • It's called Side No thanks again for always watching and supporting our videos.

    這叫邊不再次感謝您一直以來對我們視頻的關注和支持。

  • Make sure to subscribe if you're new and we'll see you soon for a new video.

    如果你是新來的,一定要訂閱,我們很快就會有新的視頻與你見面。

So we read this book called Why we Sleep.

所以我們讀了這本書,叫《我們為什麼要睡覺》。

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我們睡了36個小時,它改變了我們的臉。

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 08 月 06 日
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