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双语 | 可以通过少做这7件事来减轻生活中的焦虑

Business Insider 徽标 作者:Amy Morin Business Insider 中的 | 幻灯片 8 - 3:  Studies consistently show that watching the news raises our anxiety. This makes sense given that most news stations report the bad news - catastrophic events, tragic accidents, and economic disasters are among the norm.  And these days, it's hard to escape the news. In addition to newspapers and TV news, we're bombarded with the latest stories on social media throughout the day, and our inboxes get flooded with newsletters mentioning the latest doom and gloom.  And perhaps the most discouraging part of all is that your anxiety levels might stay high long after you stop watching the news. A  2007 study published in the International Journal of Televised Medicine found that participants' anxiety levels remained high after watching the news even when they were engaged in an activity meant to distract them. Participants who engaged in an active relaxation strategy - like progressive muscle relaxation-were able to calm themselves. But of course, most of us don't turn to relaxation strategies after we consume news.

2. 观看新闻

研究表明,观看新闻会增加我们的焦虑感。鉴于大多数电视台都会报道坏消息,因此这种说法是有道理的:灾难性事件,悲剧性事故和经济灾难总是会被播报。

在如今的世界里,很难不接触新闻资讯。除了报纸和电视新闻,我们整天都在社交媒体上接触最及时的新闻,我们的收件箱中充斥着时事快讯,其中避免不了有最新的负面新闻。

也许最令人沮丧的是,在您停止观看新闻后很长一段时间内,您的焦虑水平可能仍然很高。 2007年发表在《国际电视医学杂志》上的一项研究发现,即使是参加了有意分散注意力的活动,实验参与者在看完新闻后的焦虑水平仍然很高。参加积极放松活动(例如渐进式肌肉放松运动)的参与者能够使自己镇定下来。但是,我们大多数人在观看新闻后都不会有意识地做放松的活动。

2. Watching the news

Studies consistently show that watching the news raises our anxiety. This makes sense given that most news stations report the bad news - catastrophic events, tragic accidents, and economic disasters are among the norm.

And these days, it's hard to escape the news. In addition to newspapers and TV news, we're bombarded with the latest stories on social media throughout the day, and our inboxes get flooded with newsletters mentioning the latest doom and gloom.

And perhaps the most discouraging part of all is that your anxiety levels might stay high long after you stop watching the news. A 2007 study published in the International Journal of Televised Medicine found that participants' anxiety levels remained high after watching the news even when they were engaged in an activity meant to distract them. Participants who engaged in an active relaxation strategy - like progressive muscle relaxation-were able to calm themselves. But of course, most of us don't turn to relaxation strategies after we consume news.

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