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日本动漫、韩国流行音乐、同人小说能够缓解抑郁

10 Ways Anime, KPOP, or Fan Fiction helps with Depression

像你一样
Just like you,
Psych2Go的观众们会通过
the folks at Psych2Go love to unwind and relax
看一些怀旧动画
by watching some Nostalgic Anime,
读我们最喜欢的漫画
reading our favorite manga
或通过听防弹少年团最新的专辑来放松
or by listening to the latest hits by BTS.
但不久之前 我们突然想到一种可能
But a few weeks ago, a possibility suddenly occurred to us,
如果这些东西的确可以改善沮丧低落呢?
what if these things actually helped with depression?
结合我们自己的经历判断
Judging from our own experiences,
似乎的确如此
it certainly seems that way.
但我们需要证实我们的怀疑
But we needed to confirm our suspicions.
因此我们做了一些深入调查
So we did a little digging.
以下是我们的发现
Here’s what we discovered.
韩流苦乐参半 令人愉快而又古怪
KPOP is bittersweet, cheerful and quirky.
在一项研究中 研究人员试着找出
In one study, researchers tried to find
韩流音乐将哪些情绪联系在了一起
which moods were connected by listening to KPOP
以及这些情绪与西方音乐的区别
and how these moods differed from Western music.
他们发现西方音乐
They found that while Western music
更为激情四射 攻击性更强
was more likely to be passionate and aggressive,
而韩流音乐更细腻和保守
KPOP was a little more subtle and conservative.
愉快和古怪的情绪非常多见
Cheerful and quirky moods were very common,
但苦乐参半这种情绪似乎出场率也很高
but one feeling that seemed to pop up often was bittersweet.
这种快乐和悲伤的混合情绪
This mixture of happiness and sadness is only possible
只有当它们在大脑的不同区域
because both moods fire off simultaneously
同时出现时才会产生
in different sections of the brain.
苦乐参半的韩流音乐提醒我们
Bittersweet KPOP songs remind us
无论你多么低落
that joy is always around the corner
快乐都永远即将来临
no matter how low you feel.
怀旧动画能改善精神健康
Nostalgic Anime improves mental health.
还记得周六早上7点起床
Remember waking up at 7 a.m. on Saturdays
看你最爱的电视节目的时候吗?
to watch your favorite shows?
熬到很晚去追
What about staying up late at night
每周更新的《犬夜叉》的时候呢?
to catch weekly episodes of Inuyasha?
大多数人都很珍惜小时候
Many of us cherish our first memories
第一次看动画片的回忆
of watching Anime as children,
裹在毯子里
wrapped up in our blankets,
抱着一碗麦片
sitting in front of the TV
坐在电视机前
with a bowl of cereal in hand.
而当我们长大成人 再次观看这些节目时
And when we watch these shows once again as adults,
那一阵迷人的怀旧感会向我们涌来
that amazing rush of nostalgia flows through us.
但怀旧感是否能减轻抑郁?
But could nostalgia help with depression?
一项研究的确发现
One study did indeed find that
怀旧感能帮人们适应精神健康的挑战
nostalgia could help people adapt to mental health challenges.
当我们陷入怀旧之情时
When we feel nostalgic,
我们会想到我们自身
we’re thinking about positive memories
和过往经历的积极回忆
about ourselves and our past experiences.
怀旧感能增强自尊心
It should be no surprise that
这点应该并不意外
nostalgia improves self-esteem.
研究同时表明 怀旧感能提醒我们
Research also suggests that nostalgia reminds us of
我们和世界以及他人的联系有多密切
how connected we are to the world and others.
也许还能让我们的生活
It might also give our lives
有一种意义感和目的感
a sense of meaning and purpose.
英雄 漫画和连环画
How heroes and manga and comic books
如何改善我们的抑郁
can help us with depression.
在很多方面 真正的英雄
In many ways, the real heroes out there
其实是那些与抑郁
are the ones battling depression
和其他个人问题作斗争的人
and other personal issues.
而并不是连环画中那些
Not the ones flying around
穿着斗篷飞来飞去的人
wearing capes in comic books.
即便如此 英雄 漫画和连环画也毫无疑问能够激励人心
Even so, heroes and manga and comic books are definitely inspiring
尤其是对那些感觉被遗弃的人们而言
especially to those who feel like outcasts.
大多数情况下 超级英雄是被社会所排斥的
In most cases, superheroes are rejected by society,
他们被视为局外人
branded as outsiders
被黑暗势力无情地穷追猛打
and hunted down mercilessly by the dark forces.
许多饱受欺凌 心存焦虑的人
Many people who struggle with bullying and anxiety,
与这些故事产生了强烈共鸣
relate strongly with these stories.
对他们而言 这些英雄能激励他们
For them, these heroes inspire them
继续抗争 永不言弃
to keep fighting and to never give up.
这一点在“little white lies”撰写的文章中
This was perfectly summed up
得到了透彻的概括
by an article by “little white lies”
文中 作者写到了
in which the author explained
漫画书如何帮他意识到了
how comic books helped him
作为一名“弃儿”的美妙之处
realize the beauty of being an outcast.
与他人不同并不可耻
There is no shame in being different.
许多系列动画都涉及了精神健康问题
Many Anime series deal with mental health issues.
动画不仅有关于巨大的机器人和可爱的小怪兽
Anime isn’t just about giant robots and cute little monsters.
近期 动画涉及到了与现实相关的问题
These days, Anime tackles real relevant issues,
其中包括精神健康
including mental health.
《新世纪福音战士》是最早的例子之一
One of the earliest examples is Neon Genesis Evangelion,
片中 碇真嗣显然在与他的
in which Shinji Ikari clearly struggles
自我价值感 抑郁和孤独作斗争
with his self-worth, depression and loneliness.
其他例子包括《欢迎加入NHK》
Other examples include “Welcome To The NHK”,
《橘色奇迹》和《路人超能100》
“Orange”, and “Mob Psycho 100”.
这种系列动画能点拨和教育观众
Series like these are illustrating and educating people
使他们了解抑郁的现实和精神健康
on the realities of depression and mental health.
当我们观看这些系列动画时
As we watch these series,
我们可能也学会了如何处理我们的个人问题
we might also learn how to deal with our own personal issues,
从而意识到我们并不孤独
realizing that we’re not alone.
记住 你不仅仅是在与虚构动画产生联系
Remember, it isn’t just relating to a fictional show,
而是在与所有作者和制片人产生联系
you’re relating to all of the writers and producers
是他们创作了故事 吸引了动画的粉丝们
who created the story and the fans of the show.
同人小说也有助于改善抑郁
Fanfiction can help with depression too.
阅读能让我们投入到一个完全不同的世界
Reading plunges us into a completely different world,
逃离现实
allowing us to escape from reality,
哪怕只有一两个小时而已
even if it’s just for an hour or two.
最近 我们许多人会选择埋首于同人小说
Many of us choose to bury our noses in fanfiction these days,
逃向我们最爱的梦想世界
escaping to our favorite dream world.
如果这听起来很像你的理想下午
If this sounds like your ideal afternoon,
有个好消息
we’ve got great news for you,
你正在用一种最佳的方法
you’re using one of the best methods
来对抗抑郁
to deal with depression.
一项研究发现 为快乐而读书能提高自尊
One study found that reading for pleasure increases self-esteem
且能减少抑郁和焦虑的症状
and reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety.
阅读还能帮你与他人建立人脉
Reading even helps you build relationships with other people.
如果感兴趣 不妨尝试一下阅读疗法
If you’re interested, you might want to try a Bibliotherapy.
会有临床医学家倾听你的问题
This is when a therapist listens to your problems
然后给你开具一份
and then prescribes you a list of books
他们认为会对你有效的书单
that they think will help.
让我们加入吧!
Sign us up!
动画系列能减轻抑郁症状
Animated series alleviates symptoms of depression.
无可非议 卡通动画的一些元素
There’s something about cartoons and animation
能给人以慰藉
which is undeniably comforting.
通过观看减轻焦虑的和缓的彩色动画
Our brains seem to relax and switch off
我们的大脑似乎可以放松和休息
with the smooth colorful animations easing our anxiety.
可为什么会这样呢?
But why does this happen?
匹兹堡大学成人情绪和焦虑服务的
Jack Cahalane, chief of adult mood and anxiety services
主任Jack Cahalane
at the University of Pittsburgh,
在一篇刊登在《赫芬顿邮报》的文章中回答了该问题
answers this question in a Huffington Post article.
他声称 观看卡通
He explains that watching cartoons
对任何抑郁症患者
is an excellent coping method
都是一种绝佳的治疗方法
for anyone with depression,
因为做能使你开心的事情永远不会出错
because it’s always a good idea to do things which bring you joy.
与《权力的游戏》一类的戏剧性的实景剧不同
Unlike dramatic live-action shows like Game of Thrones,
动画系列完全是数字化的
animated series are completely digital.
因此 当我们看动画时
So when we watch these shows,
我们更容易开小差 从而欣赏这项艺术
it’s easier to zone out and enjoy the art.
科学表明 动画 韩流音乐和漫画
Science has spoken, Anime, KPOP and Manga
可能对每个抑郁症患者来说
are potentially great sources of relief
都是重要的放松来源
for anyone with depression.
所以千万不要为了沉迷看漫
So don’t feel guilty about binge watching anime,
或听爆炸性韩流音乐而有负罪感
or blasting kpop for another second.
告诉我们你最爱的系列节目是什么
Let us know what your favorite series are.
我们向来都期待观看下一部档节目
We’re always looking for the next show to watch.
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