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COVID-19: Dealing with Social Distancing

COVID-19:保持社会距离

Welcome to another in our series of coronavirus episodes of Scientific American’s Science Talk, posted on March 16, 2020. I’m Steve Mirsky.

欢迎来到科学美国人关于新型冠道病毒的2020年3月16日另一系列报道。我是史蒂夫·梅思基。

At this point in the ongoing COVID-19 situation, most of us have been asked to practice social distancing—that is, stay the hell away from each other. And it’s stressful.

在现在新型冠状肺炎疫情时期,我们多数人要求保持一定的社会距离——也就是离对方远一点。这让会让人产生压力。

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So I called Judy Moskowitz in Chicago. She’s a professor of medical social sciences at Northwestern University who studies the psychological and physical effects of employing techniques to increase positive emotions—especially when you’re under stress.

所以我打电话给给芝加哥的朱迪·莫斯科维茨。她是美国西北大学医学社会科学教授,研究运用技巧来增加积极情绪的心理和生理影响——尤其是当人们处于压力状态时。

Here are those eight things you can do that Judy Moskowitz and colleagues found can increase your positivity, lower your stress—and could even help your physical health:

朱迪·莫斯科维茨和同事们发现,以下八件事可以提高你的积极性,降低压力,甚至可以帮助增强身体健康:

1. Recognizing a positive event each day

每天都要认识到一件积极的事情

2. Savoring that positive event and logging it in a journal or telling someone about it

品味那些积极的事情,然后记录在日记里或者告诉别人

3. Starting a daily gratitude journal

开始每天写感恩日记

4. Listing a personal strength each day and noting how you used this strength recently

每天列出一个自己的优点,并注意最近是如何利用这个优点的

5. Setting an attainable goal each day and noting your progress

每天设定一个可以实现的目标,并记录你的进步

6. Reporting a relatively minor stressor each day, then listing ways in which the event can be positively reappraised. This can lead to increased positive affect in the face of stress

每天报告一个相对较小的压力源,然后列出事件可以积极重新评估的方法。在面对压力时,这会导致积极的影响

7. Understanding small acts of kindness can have a big impact on positive emotion. And practicing a small act of kindness each day

理解小的善举可以对积极的情绪产生很大的影响。每天做一件小小的善事

8. Practicing mindfulness with a daily 10-minute breathing exercise, concentrating on the breath

通过每天10分钟的呼吸练习专注力,专注于呼吸

That’s it for this episode. Get your science news at our Web site: www.ScientificAmerican.com. Where we’re bringing you the latest news and insights about the coronavirus, COVID-19. And if you want to take a break from the immersion in the pandemic, which is probably a good idea, we have a lot of other fascinating material up on our Web site.

今天的节目就到这里。请访问我们的科学新闻网站www.ScientificAmerican.com。我们将为您带来关于冠状病毒COVID-19的最新消息和见解。如果你想暂时远离流感大流行带来的压力,这可能是个不错的办法,因为我们的网站上有很多其他有趣的资料。

COVID-19: Dealing with Social Distancing

Welcome to another in our series of coronavirus episodes of Scientific American’s Science Talk, posted on March 16, 2020. I’m Steve Mirsky.

At this point in the ongoing COVID-19 situation, most of us have been asked to practice social distancing—that is, stay the hell away from each other. And it’s stressful.

So I called Judy Moskowitz in Chicago. She’s a professor of medical social sciences at Northwestern University who studies the psychological and physical effects of employing techniques to increase positive emotions—especially when you’re under stress.

Here are those eight things you can do that Judy Moskowitz and colleagues found can increase your positivity, lower your stress—and could even help your physical health:

1. Recognizing a positive event each day

2. Savoring that positive event and logging it in a journal or telling someone about it

3. Starting a daily gratitude journal

4. Listing a personal strength each day and noting how you used this strength recently

5. Setting an attainable goal each day and noting your progress

6. Reporting a relatively minor stressor each day, then listing ways in which the event can be positively reappraised. This can lead to increased positive affect in the face of stress

7. Understanding small acts of kindness can have a big impact on positive emotion. And practicing a small act of kindness each day

8. Practicing mindfulness with a daily 10-minute breathing exercise, concentrating on the breath

That’s it for this episode. Get your science news at our Web site: www.ScientificAmerican.com. Where we’re bringing you the latest news and insights about the coronavirus, COVID-19. And if you want to take a break from the immersion in the pandemic, which is probably a good idea, we have a lot of other fascinating material up on our Web site.


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