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  • Hey there!

    大家好!

  • Welcome to Life Noggin!

    歡迎收看 Life Noggin!

  • Triangle Bob is learning how to play the guitar!

    三角 Bob 正在學習怎麼彈吉他!

  • He's able to look at a sheet of music and have his brain translate that into instructions for his fingers, hands, and arms to create this beautiful song!

    他能夠看著一紙樂譜,然後在腦袋中轉換成指令指揮手指、手部跟胳膊彈奏出這美妙的歌曲!

  • Okay... or not so beautiful.

    喔好吧...也沒那麼美妙。

  • Maybe, put it down for a second.

    也許先放下來一下。

  • He's learning.

    他還在學。

  • But still, what does playing an instrument do to your brain?

    不論如何,玩樂器究竟會對你的大腦有什麼影響呢?

  • Could these skills be helpful in other areas of life too?

    這些技能也能在生活中其他領域派上用場嗎?

  • Since Triangle Bob just started learning how to play the guitar, the effects on his adult brain aren't as strong as they would be if he started playing when he was still a young quadrilateral.

    當三角 Bob 開始學習如何彈吉他,玩樂器對他那顆成熟腦袋的影響不會比如果從他還是小四角形 Bob 時開始學來得有效。

  • But either way, picking up an instrument at any age can provide some huge benefits for your intelligence, your physical well-being, and your brain.

    但不論何時,任何年紀學習一種樂器都能為你的智力、身體健康、頭腦帶來巨大好處。

  • Playing an instrument requires your auditory, motor, sensory, and visual systems to all work together.

    彈奏一種樂器需要你的聽覺、運動神經、感覺器官、跟視覺系統全部一起運作。

  • This inner system cooperation has some incredible outcomes that can affect so many areas of your life.

    這樣內部系統的合作會對你生活中許多領域產生意想不到的結果。

  • Do not start playing Wonderwall, that is copyrighted. Thank you.

    請不要播放 《Wonderwall》 ,那是有版權的,謝謝。

  • Different intensities of training produce different outcomes, but even the most minimal practice can make a difference.

    不同強度的訓練會產生不同的結果,但即使是最小限度的練習都可以產生差異

  • Starting to play an instrument just one hour a week for a few months can cause growth and increased activity in the parts of your brain responsible for memory, hearing, and motor function.

    當你開始彈奏一種樂器,只需要每週一小時,持續好幾個月後就能讓你腦中負責記憶、聽覺跟運動神經功能的區域成長、增加活性。

  • Researchers found that this type of practice could even increase your IQ by 7 points or more!

    研究者發現這類的練習可以提升你的智商 7 分,甚至更高!

  • It's also known that people who play musical instruments are better at other practical things too.

    人們也知道,玩樂器的人在其他應用面的事物也很擅長。

  • For example, processing emotions, learning new tasks like another language or creative problem solving!

    例如情緒管理、學習新任務,像其他語言、或是創造性的問題解決能力!

  • Musicians brains have better communication between the left and right hemispheres which allows for more cooperation and out of the box thinking!

    音樂家的大腦在左右半球間的溝通能力較佳,讓左右腦有更多的合作,以及跳脫框架的思考!

  • Some researchers think this is because the corpus callosum, the structure that connects both hemispheres, is larger in musicians.

    部分研究者認為這是因為音樂家腦中的胼胝體,連結左右腦的組織,比較大。

  • This could be the reason the two sides of the brain communicate with each other more effectively to solve problems.

    這可能是腦袋左右半球能有效率地溝通以解決問題的原因。

  • Okay, Triangle Bob, quick, how can you fit this boat in this bottle?

    來,三角 Bob,快點,你要怎麼把這艘船放進瓶子裡?

  • No, don't break it.

    不,別弄破。

  • Ugh...ok, he needs a little bit more practice.

    呃 ... 好,他還需要再多練習一下。

  • Playing an instrument also has some amazing health benefits for your brain and body.

    彈奏樂器也對你的腦袋跟身體有一些很驚人的健康效益。

  • From boosting your immune system function to increasing resilience to hearing loss to even helping stroke patients regain motor skills!

    從提高你的免疫系統功能,到增加聽力損失的恢復力,甚至幫助中風患者重獲運動能力。

  • It's been found that just listening to music can prompt the repair and regeneration of damaged nerves in the brain!

    人們發現只是聽音樂也能促使大腦中受損的神經修復與再生!

  • Taking that a little further, learning to play an instrument, even in later years, has been linked to a 64% lower risk of developing dementia and other cognitive impairments!

    更進一步地說,即使在晚年學習彈奏樂器也被認為能降低 64% 罹患癡呆與其他認知損害的風險!

  • There are a lot of other structural and functional differences in the brains of musicians versus non-musicians.

    在音樂家與非音樂家的大腦間,還有很多其他結構性與功能性的差異。

  • But it's important to note that it isn't entirely clear if each of these differences are due to years of training or if these people were born with these differences and that predisposed them to their passion for music.

    但很重要的一點要提醒你們,我們還不是完全清楚這些差異是否能歸因於長年的訓練,或是這些人是否天生就有這些差異,所以使他們偏向對音樂有熱情。

  • That being said, it's been found that musicians brains have more grey matter, more neuroplasticity, altered white matter, and sometimes a more symmetrical firing pattern!

    話雖這麼說,人們也發現音樂家的大腦有更多的灰質、更高的神經可塑性、白質變化以及偶爾有更均勻的腦神經放電模式!

  • The process of playing an instrument or learning a similar skill, also strengthens the myelin coating around nerves, allowing signals to be sent through the body faster.

    彈奏一種樂器或學習一項相似的技能,也會強化神經周圍包覆的髓磷脂,讓訊號能夠在身體裡更快地傳遞。

  • This could help explain why musicians have faster response times.

    這可以解釋為什麼音樂家有更快的反應時間。

  • Quick, Triangle Bob! Think fast!

    快點,三角 Bob!思考快點!

  • Oh, he actually caught it.

    噢,他真的接到了。

  • No, don't...don't eat it.

    不,別吃它。

  • Don't eat the ball.

    不要吃那顆球。

  • Ok ... he's eating the ball.

    好吧...他在吃那顆球。

  • Anyway, do you or have you ever play an instrument?

    總之,你曾經彈奏過樂器嗎?

  • Do you enjoy it?

    你喜歡嗎?

  • Let us know in the comments section below.

    在下方留言讓我們知道。

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大家好!

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