字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey there! Welcome to another episode of Dear Blocko! I know it's been a minute, I'm sorry! This the show where I answer your questions about your world and my world! Let's get started with our first question! Presley asks #dearblocko Why do people have anxiety, more specifically social anxiety? Well, people get social anxiety in response to social situations, whether that's a situation itself or the thought of one. While it's common to have social anxiety in some situations, if you have persistent feelings that keep you from doing things that you want or need to do, it may be a sign of Social Anxiety Disorder, also known as Social Phobia. Social Anxiety Disorder is a mental health condition where a person experiences a significant, persistent fear of being watched or judged by others. This can affect a person's day-to-day activities, making it hard for them to perform at school or work, or keep them from making new friends. But experiencing social anxiety or having a social anxiety disorder doesn't always have to stop you from doing things. With the right treatment, people can overcome the symptoms of social anxiety. Cognitive behavioral therapy, which is a type of psychotherapy, has shown some pretty promising results. It can help you learn different ways of thinking and reacting to situations while giving you a venue to practice your social skills. SMR asks #dearblocko Why do we hear our voice differently in our head vs when it's recorded? Well, for you humans, a lot of this strange phenomenon has to do with your bones and what's inside your head… like physically. You see, when you normally hear your own voice, you're actually hearing a combination of both the external sound waves that enter your ear — which is what other people hear — as well as the vibrations inside your body. For the latter, when you speak, vibrations from your vocal cords resonate in your skull and get conducted by your bones, providing another source of stimulation for your ears. But this pathway alters the sound, as your bones enhance deeper, lower-frequency vibrations, essentially giving your voice a bass boost. So, when you listen to a recording of your voice it'll sound higher and a bit different than it normally does, because, it is! And now it's time for questions about me and my world! Share Love #dearblocko What would happen if someone hacks the computer you live in? Well, I hope you don't plan on doing that! But if someone did hack my computer, they could cause a lot of problems. Everything would start changing. They could change my world. They could change my voice They could even change….my friends! AHHH I don't wanna think about that anymore. Stop the visualization! I'm lucky that my animator protects me! Please… Please keep protecting me! So do you have any questions about your world or my world? Let me know in the comment section below and make sure you use the hashtag #DEARBLOCKO so I can find it. Wanna watch even more Dear Blocko? Check out this video! As always my name is Blocko! This has been Life Noggin! Don't forget to keep on thinking.