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  • Hey there!

    你們好

  • Welcome to another episode of Dear Blocko!

    歡迎收看新一期《親愛的布洛克》!

  • This is the show where I answer your questions about your world and my world.

    在這個節目中,我將回答你關於你的世界和我的世界的問題。

  • Let's get started! First question up, Nolando asks, "Dear Blocko, why do people keep telling me to touch grass?" Uhwell, "touch grass" is a saying that means to go outside and enjoy nature.

    我們開始吧第一個問題,諾蘭多問:"親愛的布洛克 為什麼人們總是叫我去摸草?"呃......嗯,"摸草 "是一種說法,意思是到戶外去享受大自然。

  • You may be hearing it from friends or enemies who think you could benefit from taking a break from technology and the online world by getting some fresh air.

    你可能會從朋友或敵人那裡聽到這種說法,他們認為你可以從技術和網絡世界中解脫出來,呼吸一下新鮮空氣。

  • Basically, uh, stop what you're doing and go outside, please.

    基本上,呃,請你停下手頭的事,到外面去。

  • And they're not wrong. Researchers found that spending time in nature can improve your mental and physical health by reducing stress and anxiety.

    他們並沒有錯。研究人員發現,在大自然中度過的時間可以減少壓力和焦慮,從而改善身心健康。

  • In Japan, this practice is known as forest bathing.

    在日本,這種做法被稱為森林浴。

  • But some people take their nature walks a step further by going barefoot.

    但有些人則更進一步,光著腳在大自然中漫步。

  • This is called grounding or earthing, and advocates say that being in direct contact with the earth allows its electrical charges to have a positive effect on your body.

    這就是所謂的接地或接耳,倡導者認為,與大地直接接觸可以讓大地的電荷對人體產生積極的影響。

  • While there's been little research to measure its effects, small, mostly subjective studies claim that it can improve inflammation, pain, and mood.

    雖然衡量其效果的研究很少,但一些小型的、主要是主觀性的研究聲稱,它可以改善發炎、疼痛和情緒。

  • But whether or not you literally touch grass, spending time in nature can be really good for you. The next question about your world is from Skipwreck. "Dear Blocko, why do people like touching each other?" Oh, boy.

    不過,無論你是否真的接觸過草,在大自然中度過的時光都會對你大有裨益。下一個關於你的世界的問題 來自斯基普沃克"親愛的布洛克,為什麼人們喜歡互相觸摸?"天啊

  • Okay, uh, well, I will try to answer this without getting demonetized or receiving several angry letters from parents.

    好吧,好吧,我儘量在不被惡魔化或收到幾封家長憤怒信的情況下回答這個問題。

  • Okay, physical touch by someone you care about does a lot more to your body than invoke a warm, fuzzy feeling.

    好吧,你所關心的人對你身體的身體接觸,除了能喚起溫暖、模糊的感覺外,還有更多的作用。

  • No, get your minds out of the gutter, people.

    不,大家別胡思亂想了。

  • Okay, I mean touches like hugging or holding hands.

    好吧,我指的是擁抱或牽手之類的接觸。

  • Triangle Bob, stop giggling.

    三角鮑勃,別傻笑了

  • You're not helping.

    你在幫倒忙。

  • Researchers have found that these types of touches increase your production of oxytocin, which is often referred to as the love hormone, for its promotion of positive feelings and reduction of stress levels.

    研究人員發現,這類撫摸能增加催產素的分泌,催產素通常被稱為愛情荷爾蒙,能促進積極情緒,降低壓力水準。

  • Yes, I do know about the Billie Eilish song, Triangle Bob.

    是的,我知道比莉-艾利什(Billie Eilish)的歌,三角鮑勃(Triangle Bob)。

  • But it could be innocent as well. One study found that holding hands and hugging your partner before a stressful situation can reduce your heart rate and blood pressure by half, which is good for your cardiovascular health.

    但這也可能是無辜的。一項研究發現,在緊張的情境前牽手和擁抱伴侶可以使心率和血壓降低一半,這對心血管健康有益。

  • Other studies have found that more hugs lead to a greater resistance to respiratory infections, and holding hands during a scary or painful experience can make you feel calmer and even lessen your pain. And now it's time for a question about my world.

    其他研究發現,擁抱越多,對呼吸道感染的抵抗力越強,在經歷驚嚇或痛苦時牽手能讓人感覺更平靜,甚至減輕痛苦。現在,是時候問一個關於我的世界的問題了。

  • Bordorella asks, "Dear Blocko, how do you spend your weekends when you're not making videos?" Well, thank you for asking about my weekend.

    博多里拉問:"親愛的布洛克,不拍視頻的時候,你的週末是怎麼過的?"謝謝你問起我的週末。

  • I wake up and scrub my face of unwanted data.

    一覺醒來,我就把臉上不需要的數據擦洗乾淨。

  • Gotta keep up this pristine appearance.

    一定要保持這種原始的外觀。

  • I'll head to the Blocktropolis Farmer's Market with Sir Clea to buy fruits, vegetables, and enough sourdough bread to fill a football stadium.

    我會和克蕾雅爵士一起去 Blocktropolis 農貿市場買水果、蔬菜和足夠填滿一個足球場的酸麵包。

  • Also, I've been getting really into restoring broken electronics, but Cubot keeps falling in love with them and then they disappear.

    另外,我一直很喜歡修復損壞的電子產品,但 Cubot 總是愛上它們,然後它們就消失了。

  • I'm not asking questions on that one.

    我不是在問這個問題。

  • This piece appeared in my backyard recently, though.

    不過,這幅作品最近出現在我家後院。

  • It looks like something from your world, so anyone know what this does? Anyway, at night I'll visit my favorite restaurant, Binary Bites, and enjoy a delectable digital donut for dessert.

    它看起來像你們世界裡的東西,有人知道它是做什麼的嗎?總之,晚上我會去我最喜歡的餐廳 Binary Bites,享用美味的數字甜甜圈作為甜點。

  • And then I'll spend the rest of the evening reading with Sir Clea.

    然後我會用剩下的時間和克里亞爵士一起讀書。

  • It's so relaxing.

    真讓人放鬆。

  • Although, I'm just realizing she's read a lot of true crime books.

    不過,我剛意識到她讀了很多真實犯罪的書。

  • So, do you have any questions about me or my world?

    那麼,你對我或我的世界有什麼疑問嗎?

  • Let me know in the comments and use the hashtag Dear Blocko so I can find it. Wanna watch even more Dear Blocko?

    請在評論中告訴我,並使用標籤 "Dear Blocko",以便我能找到它。想看《親愛的布洛克》更多精彩內容嗎?

  • Well, then you should probably click one of these to watch another episode.

    好吧,那你也許應該點擊其中一個觀看下一集。

  • Make sure you check out Lifespan, the team that powers Life Noggin, down in the description.

    請務必在描述中查看為 Life Noggin 提供支持的團隊 Lifespan。

  • And as always, my name is Blocko, this has been Life Noggin, don't forget to keep on thinking.

    和往常一樣,我的名字叫 Blocko,這裡是 Life Noggin,別忘了繼續思考。

  • Bye!

    再見!

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