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Are you watching this video right now on your smartphone?
你正在用智能手机看这个视频吗?
If so then you might want to take notes.
如果是这样的话, 那么你可能要重视一下了。
New research suggests people who are glued to their mobile devices are actually changing the chemistry of their brains and not in a good way.
新的研究表明那些总是看手机的人,大脑中的化学物质因此发生了不好的变化。
Results of a study presented November 30th at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, suggest young people addicted to using their smartphones have a higher risk of depression, anxiety, insomnia and impulsivity.
北美放射学会年度会议在11月30号展示了这项研究结果,显示那些低头族更容易感到沮丧,焦急,失眠和冲动。
Addiction to phone uses is dubbed "nomophobia."
痴迷玩手机被称为无手机焦虑症。
Researchers from Korea University developed a quiz to rate nomophobia on a three-tiered scale.
韩国大学的研究人员开发了一种小测验,将无手机焦虑症评为三级。
Teenaged test subjects who scored high were found to have increased levels of a neurotransmitter that slows brain signals.
研究人员发现在那些得分较高的青少年脑中,神经传递素的水平增高,这导致了大脑信号减缓。
Past research has found increases in these levels can affect concentration,vision and motor control and may also cause drowsiness and anxiety.
过去的研究发现这会影响到注意力,视觉,电动控制,还可能导致嗜睡和焦虑。
The study found the imbalance was corrected after behavioral therapy.
这项研究发现在经过行为疗法后,这种不平衡得到了纠正。
For United News International, I’m Neela Eyunni.
国际联合新闻, 我是妮拉。

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