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  • Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin.

    こんにちは。Life Noggin へようこそ。

  • Have you ever been listening to music or watching a video and started to have a strange tingling feeling?


  • Maybe you were watching a Bob Ross video and were overcome with a sense of relaxation as you watched him paint those happy little trees.

    例えば、Bob Rossの番組を見て、彼が木を描いているとくつろぎを感じた事ありませんか。

  • Well, if you have, you just might have been experiencing a growing phenomenon known as ASMR.

    もし心当たりがあれば、今注目を集めている ASMR という現象が起こっているかもしれません。

  • An Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, is where a person experiences a static-like, tingling sensation.

    Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (自律感覚絶頂反応)、略して ASMR とは人にぞくぞくする感覚をもたらす現象だと言われます。

  • This usually begins across the skull or neck and can move to other parts of the body, like the spine.


  • Oh great, now I feel like I'm describing a skeleton...good thing Halloween is right around the corner!


  • These sensations Mr. Funny Bones here is feeling are the body's response to certain stimuli, like sights and sounds.


  • Look how relaxed he is! You're not so spooky, little guy!


  • But before we go any further, keep in mind that the ASMR field is so new that little has been scientifically studied.

    引き続き話をする前に、ASMR という概念が生まれたのはかなり最近のことで、未だに科学的に解明されてないところも多いことを覚えておいてください。

  • There wasn't even a term to describe it until 2010!

    2010 年以前はこの感覚を表す言葉すら存在しませんでした!

  • Some scientists even wonder if ASMR is a real, measurable thing.

    ASMR は本当に実在して、測量できる現象なのかと疑う科学者もいます。

  • That being said, the anecdotal accounts for the phenomenon are practically endless.


  • But more importantly, the first peer-reviewed research paper on the subject came out last year.

    そして何よりも、ASMR に関する最初の学術研究論文は去年 (2015年) 発表されました。

  • So let's take a dive into what they learned!


  • The researchers wanted to find the biggest triggers of an ASMR experience and also explore to what degree it could be used to ease symptoms of depression and chronic pain.


  • They found that the biggest triggers were whispering, personal attention, and crisp sounds like the rapping of metallic foil and the tapping of long fingernails.


  • However, the sound of someone's laughter and the noise of a vacuum cleaner proved to be the worst triggers of the ones examined.


  • See little Noggin, humans don't like the sound of the evil mechanical monster either! Who's our good pixel puppy?

    ほら Noggin ちゃん、人間もその邪悪なマシン・モンスターが嫌いですよ!

  • On top of that, eighty percent of their participants said their mood was improved due to ASMR.

    その上に、被験者の中の 8 割は ASMR によって気持ちがよくなったと証言しました。

  • And there was even a significant difference between chronic pain symptoms before versus during a session.


  • And while it fell a little short of being statistically significant, there might be a link between synaesthesia and ASMR.


  • Synaesthesia occurs when two or more senses are attached to on one another.

    共感覚とは異なる 2 つやそれ以上の感覚が関連付けられた時に起きる知覚現象です。

  • The stimulation of one sensory pathway leads to an automatic experience with a second one.


  • So, someone could involuntarily link words with taste.


  • And since synaesthesia and ASMR both involve the senses, the idea that they're related sure makes...sense.

    共感覚と ASMR は同じく知覚 (sense) に伴う現象なので、この両者には関連があるという推測も一理ある(make sense)でしょう。

  • Ba-dum-ch!


  • Our brains are extraordinary organs that we've only begun to understand.


  • This study is by no means where the research should end, but rather an opening expedition into the unexplored waters of such a curious topic!


  • What are your thoughts on ASMR?

    ASMR についてどう思いますか?

  • Do you think it's real?


  • Have you experienced it?


  • Let me know in the comments below.


  • If you want to learn why humans can hear things in the first place, make sure to check out this video here.


  • There's a link in the description if you're on mobile.


  • Make sure you come back every Monday for a brand new video.


  • As always, I'm Blocko and this has been Life Noggin.

    Blocko です。いつも Life Noggin をご視聴いただき、ありがとうございます。

  • Don't forget to keep on thinking!


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こんにちは。Life Noggin へようこそ。

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