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Bacterial growth mixed with perspiration is the most common source of body odor. However, if you bathe regularly, several other smelly factors–including what you most recently ate (or didn#39;t eat), the medications you pop, and what products you use to mask the noxious smells emanating from under your arm pits can actually answer the question, ;What#39;s that smell?; when you get a whiff of something most foul.在汗液之中的细菌的繁殖往往是体味最常见的来源。但是,还有其他几个体臭的因素,如果你经常洗澡,那么你最近是否还在用一些药物来遮掩让人纠结的胳肢窝的味道,以下这些因素就可以完全回答“那究竟是什么味道?那气味的来源是什么?”。如果你习惯了以下任何一个坏习惯,那么是几乎可以肯定,“是的,这就是你的气味的来源!”......If you#39;re in the habit of any of the following nine sneaky body odor sources—then the answer is almost certainly, ;Yes, it#39;s you who smells!;…1. You Use the Wrong Deodorant1.您使用了错误的除臭剂You might consider it counterproductive that the products you spend money on to mask the reek of stinky body odor can actually exacerbate the smell. However, many store-bought body sprays, antiperspirants, and deodorants foster the development of foul-smelling bacteria.A study conducted by microbial ecologists at the University of Ghent, in Belgium monitored the armpit bacteria of a group of male and female participants—half of the group swore off deodorant and antiperspirant for an entire month while the other non-deodorant-using half agreed to apply it for a month. Researchers found that the aluminum compounds present in deodorants and antiperspirants killed off killing off good (or non-smelly) bacteria and encouraged the growth of bad (or foul-smelling) armpit bacteria.你可能会认为这是适得其反的-----当你花钱买的除臭剂以掩盖狐臭的臭气但是实际上加剧了气味。实际上许多商店买来的香体喷雾剂,止汗剂,除臭剂他们促进了细菌的生长。微生物生态学家,在比利时根特大学进行的一项研究表明,在监控一组男性和女性的腋下细菌的生长实验,有一半人放弃除臭剂整整一个月,而其他未使用除臭剂的人同意使用除臭剂一个月。研究人员最终发现,除臭剂和止汗剂的铝化合物杀死了好(或无异味)的细菌,并鼓励不好(或恶臭)的细菌的生长。2. You Take Prescription Medications2.你正在用处方药According to the Mayo Clinic, a few over-the-counter and prescription medications—including Tylenol (or acetaminophen and certain antidepressants (i.e., Bupropion Hydrochloride or Wellbutrin)—can encourage excess perspiration and foul smelling bacterial growth as drugs are metabolized by the body.However, if a new prescription happens to correspond with an accelerated rate of perspiration/ and or intensifies foul body odor, it#39;s always safest to talk to your doctor before ceasing the medication.根据梅奥诊所分析,少数过度的非处方药和处方药,包括泰诺(对乙酰氨基酚或和某些抗抑郁药(如盐酸安非他酮或安非他酮) - 这些药物在人体代谢过程中可鼓励过多的汗水分泌和恶臭细菌生长。然而如果一个新的处方出现了过多的汗水分泌或加剧了体臭的时候,在停止药前你必须得和医生讲清楚才安全。3. You Eat Too Much Refined Sugar3.你吃了太多的糖Dr. Debra Jaliman, a dermatologist with the American Academy of Dermatology, claims that what we can affect how we smell. For instance, too much refined sugar can emit funky armpit odor as well as expand the waistline. This is due to an overgrowth of yeast, which converts sugars into a rancid alcohol byproduct.In fact, when the refined sugars in junk food alter the balance of your sweat and combine with armpit bacteria, bad body odor can result. Fortunately, Dr. Jaliman points out that banishing refined sugar from your diet will also banish bad BO.黛布拉士(美国皮肤病学会皮肤科医生),声称我们可以影响我们自己的体味。例如,吃过多的糖可以发散腋臭,甚至扩大到腰部。这是由于酵母的过度生长,将糖转化为腐臭醇的副产物。事实上,当垃圾食品中的糖改变了你的汗液和细菌的平衡,导致了体臭。幸运的是,黛布拉士指出,从你的饮食取消糖也将损坏汗液和细菌的平衡。4. You#39;re Vitamin Deficient4.当你缺乏了维生素In 1928, Dr. Pierre Delbet, the famed Superintendent of the Cancer Institute, in Paris, discovered that the mineral magnesium had the power to banish bad body door. However, those deficient in magnesium often suffered from bad body odor.Dr. Delbet reported that ;If (patient) diets contained nothing particularly toxic, (a magnesium supplement) deodorizes…disagreeable odor.; Dr. Delbet found that eating foods rich in magnesium (i.e., raw almonds and cashews, flax and sesame seeks, dark chocolate, and bran) altered human intestinal flora and resulted in a decreased body smell.在1928年,士皮埃尔,巴黎癌症研究所的著名主管,发现了矿物质镁可以阻止体臭。所以,缺乏镁就经常遭受体臭的威胁。士报告说,“如果患者的饮食没有包含特别有害的东西,补充镁可以除臭......厌恶的气味。”士发现,吃富含镁元素的东西(即原料杏仁和腰果,亚麻籽和芝麻,黑巧克力,和麸皮)可以改变人类肠道菌群,并降低身体的气味。5. You Dig Cruciferous Veggies5.十字花科类蔬菜Many of us are aware of the digestive upset and foul-smelling gas that results from a hearty serving of cabbage, cauliflower, or broccoli when this line-up of cruciferous veggies, or rather the sulfur compounds within, are absorbed by the body.According to researchers at the American Academy of Dermatology, a mere hour after eating cruciferous veggies, the body will absorb the sulfur compounds and give off a pungent odor as the body secrets them via the sweat glands. Fortunately, you can still get a serving of healthy veggies if you parboil them, a process that eliminates the majority of odor-producing sulfur.很多人都知道,消化不良和恶臭气体来自卷心菜,菜花,西兰花等等十字花科的蔬菜,或者确切的说是蔬菜内部的硫化合物被人体吸收之后。据美国皮肤协会研究人员报道,吃了蔬菜只不过一个钟头,身体就会因为吸收了硫化合物而通过身体私密处的汗腺散发出刺鼻的气味。幸运的是,如果将他们煮到五分熟,你仍然可以得到健康,因为这样可以消除大部分产生异味的硫。6. You Slurp Too Much Caffeine and Alcohol6.摄入过量的咖啡因和酒精Researchers at Columbia University#39;s Health Services point to excess caffeine and alcohol consumption as the reason for foul-smelling body odor (not to mention bad breath). Why?Coffee not only accelerates your rate of perspiration it#39;s also extremely acidic. While we don#39;t need to remind you how you smell after a night of binge drinking. In an attempt to improve your body odor, try eliminating or cutting down on alcohol and caffeinated beverages in favor of herbal tea.在哥伦比亚大学的健康务部门研究人员指出,过多的咖啡因和酒精的消费是恶臭狐臭的主要原因(更不用提口臭了)。为什么呢?咖啡不仅加快你排汗的速度,它也是极酸的酸性物质。虽然我们并不需要提醒你在狂饮了一晚上以后你的气味如何。如果试图改善你身体的气味,尽量消除或削减对酒精和含咖啡因的摄入。换成喝茶吧。7. You#39;re a Carnivore Through and Through7.你是一个彻头彻尾的食肉者I#39;m an admitted carnivore. However, I eat red meat in moderation for one very good reason—it makes me stink! According to E. Adam Kallel, a medicinal chemist at Victrix Computational and Medicinal Chemistry Consultancy, in Carlsbad, California, red meat is more difficult to digest.This means the body uses more effort to metabolize red meat. As a result you sweat more, digest at a much slower rate, and emit foul-smelling gases via flatulence and sweat. Red meat is also high in amino acids that leave a residue in your intestines during digestion. When emitted, the residue mingles with skin bacteria and intensifies bad odor.我承认我是食肉者。不过,我会适量的吃红肉,因为吃多了会让我很臭!根据药物化学咨询公司亚当说,红肉是难以消化的。这意味着身体将更加努力的新陈代谢。因此你出汗就会多,消化就会很慢,并通过排气和汗水散发恶臭气体。红肉蛋白质含量高所以在肠道消化过程中残留在肠道内。这种肠道氨基酸残留物随着汗液排出并且混合了皮肤上的细菌将加剧难闻的气味。8. Ouch—You#39;re Constipated!8. 便秘!We all know the importance of a diet rich in fiber. Too little can leave you with blocked digestion, uncomfortable constipation, and according to the National Institutes of Health, with surprisingly stinky body odor.In cases of severe constipation, toxins released by the digestive system may seep through the pores, exposing ;fecal body odor,; which is made up of toxic by-products that the body needs to release by any means to prevent illness and disease.我们都知道富含纤维饮食的重要性。过少的摄入可以阻止消化导致便秘,并根据美国国立卫生研究院报道过少的摄入还会拥有令人惊讶的体臭。在严重便秘的情况下,消化系统可以通过毛孔分泌毒素,这就是有毒的代谢副产物这就是所谓的“粪便体味”,人体需要以任何方式释放它来预防疾病。9. That Low Carb Diet9.低碳水化合物饮食Oh sure, you cut carbohydrates in an honest attempt to drop unwanted pounds. However, you didn#39;t expect lack of essential carbohydrates would cause such stanky body odor.A 2014 study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal, linked law carb diets (or those who glean less than 50-percent of their calories from carbohydrates) with some foul-smelling side effects. Not only does a lack of carbohydrates and an increase in protein intake cause the body to release ketones into your bloodstream, causing rank breath—lack of carbs causes strong-smelling urine and terrible body odor.哦,当然,你削减碳水化合物的摄入以尝试减掉不必要的体重。但是,让你没想到当缺乏必要的碳水化合物的时候会引起如此恶臭的体臭。2014年发表在内科医学期刊的研究,有关于低碳水化合物饮食(碳水化合物热量摄入不足50%)与一些恶臭副作用的规律。其中讲到缺乏碳水化合物和增加蛋白质的饮食,不仅会使人体释放酮并且进入你的血液,从而导致臭味的口气,强烈尿液的气味和可怕的体味。 /201502/357651Qin Shi Huang (born c. 259B. C., Qin , northwestern China,died 210/209),personal name Zheng,was king of the Chinese State of Qin from 247 B. C. to 221 B.C.,and then the first emperor of a unified China from 221B.C. to 210 B. C.,ruling under the name First Emperor.秦始皇,名赢政,于公元前259年出生在中国西北部的秦国,卒于209年或210年。赢政于公元前247年到221年作为秦王统治秦国,之后于公元前221年至公元前210年作为统一的中国的第一个皇帝统治中国,自称“始皇帝”。Having unified China,he and his prime minister Li Si passed a series of major reforms aimed at cementing the unification,and they undertook some gigantic construction projects,most notably the precursor version of the current Great Wall of China.统一中国后,秦始皇和丞相李斯通过了一系列旨在巩固统一大业的主要改革措施。他们还进行了一此巨大的建设工程,其中最著名的就是今长城的前身。For all the tyranny of his autocratic rule,Qin Shi Huang is still regarded by many today as the founding father in Chinese history whose unification of China has endured for more than two millennia,with interruptions.尽管秦始皇的统治独裁残暴,现在仍然有很多人认为秦始皇是中国历史上的开国者。秦始皇统一中国后,中国的统一状态已经顽强持续了2000多年,尽管中间时有间断。 /201507/387709Note to self: the key to happiness is keeping a diary and writing down the things that make you smile.写给自己:保持幸福的诀窍就是记日记,记下那些让你快乐的事。For while fictional diarists Bridget Jones and Adrian Mole used journals to record their woes and embarrassments, paying attention to the things that lift our moods mean we can learn how to cheer ourselves up, says a leading physicist.一位著名的物理学家说,《BJ单身日记》和《艾德里安·莫尔的秘密日记》等虚构日记的作者用日记记录他们的伤心和尴尬事,不过多关注那些能提振我们心情的事情或许意味着我们可以学会让自己快乐起来。Author Dr Stefan Klein has found that being happy is a skill that can be learned like a foreign language, and one way to train ourselves to be happy is to write down the little things that cheer us up each day – a technique he practises himself.作者斯蒂芬·克莱因士发现保持快乐是一门技巧,它可以像学习外语一样通过学习来掌握,训练我们自己快乐的方法之一就是记下每天让我们高兴的事,这门技巧他自己也在研习。Dr Klein, who analysed psychological research for his book The Science of Happiness, added he often writes about his three young children, despite occasionally finding them #39;incredibly annoying’.克莱因士在他的著作《幸福的科学》一书中进行了心理学研究,他表示,他会经常写一些关于他三个小孩儿的事情,虽然偶尔也会发现这些孩子“出奇地恼人”。Speaking at the Cheltenham Science Festival, the German-born researcher said that decades of study into happiness has shown that people who are clinically depressed often believe there are no sources of joy in their lives.出生于德国的克莱因士在切尔腾纳姆科学节的演讲中表示,几十年来对于幸福的研究表明,那些通过临床诊断为抑郁的人们通常认为在他们的生活中没有快乐的来源。But a study by Italian psychiatrist Giovanni Fava found that when patients were asked to keep diaries of events that made them happy, it #39;helped them a lot to get better’.但是,意大利精神病学家乔瓦尼·法瓦通过研究发现,当病人被要求将那些使他们快乐的事情记录下来时,“他们的情况好转很多。”Dr Klein said: #39;It is incredibly simple – you just sit down in the evening and write down the moments where you feel happy and the circumstances.克莱因士说:“这个方法非常简单,你只要每晚坐下来,然后把那些让你感到快乐的时刻与当时的情景写下来就可以了。”#39;The object of the exercise is to simply make you more aware of these moments to know yourself better.“这个练习的目的只是为了让你更多地意识到那些感觉良好的时刻,让你更了解自己。”#39;Even in states of severe depression there are moments of happiness, but the person suffering it doesn’t believe they have these moments in their lives.’“即使处于严重的抑郁状态,也总会有幸福快乐的时刻,但是患抑郁的人却不相信在他们的生命中也有快乐的时刻。”And if you decide to take Dr Klein’s advice, you can make yourself even happier by recommending the technique to others.如果你决定接受克莱因士的建议,那么把这个技巧介绍给他人吧,这会让你更快乐。Happiness occurs when the brain releases endorphins – chemicals that trigger positive feelings – and scientists have found this occurs not only when we achieve one of our own goals, but when we help someone else achieve theirs.当大脑释放内啡肽(能引发积极情感的化学物质)时,幸福感就会产生。此外,科学家发现幸福感不仅仅在我们达到自己的预期目标时产生,在我们帮助他人实现目标时也会产生幸福感。Dr Klein added it is important not to dwell on the times we felt sad, saying: #39;Going deep down into your negative feelings, [the idea] it has a cathartic effect, and you have to cry your tears out and shout your fears out, is really c**p’.’克莱因士补充道,最重要的是不要一味沉浸于那种悲伤情绪之中,“沉入你内心的负面情绪,(那种说)这样做有宣泄作用,你必须哭出来,将害怕的情绪宣泄出来,那都是胡说。”The idea we should delve into our sadness became popular under Sigmund Freud, who saw the mind as a pressure cooker that needed to let out steam. But Dr Klein argued this was a #39;misguided analogy’.精神分析学家西格蒙德·佛洛伊德,将心灵看做一个需要释放压力的高压锅,在他的提倡下,深入探究我们的悲伤情绪这种理念得以普及。但是克莱因士却认为这种看法是个“有误导性的类比”。 /201506/382898Most evenings, before watching late-night comedy or ing emails on his phone, Matt Nicoletti puts on a pair of orange-colored glasses that he bought for off the Internet.大多数晚上,马特·尼科莱蒂(Matt Nicoletti)会在看深夜喜剧或用手机阅读电子邮件之前戴上他花8美元在网上买的橙色眼镜。“My girlfriend thinks I look ridiculous in them,” he said. But Mr. Nicoletti, a 30-year-old hospitality consultant in Denver, insists that the glasses, which can block certain wavelengths of light emitted by electronic screens, make it easier to sleep.30岁的尼科莱蒂是丹佛市的一名酒店预订专员。“女朋友觉得我戴着这眼镜的样子很可笑,”他说。但他坚持认为,它可以阻挡从电子屏幕发出的特定波长的光线,使人更容易入睡。Studies have shown that such light, especially from the blue part of the spectrum, inhibits the body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that helps people fall asleep. Options are growing for blocking blue light, though experts caution that few have been adequately tested for effectiveness and the best solution remains avoiding brightly lit electronics at night.研究表明,此类光线(尤其是光谱的蓝色部分)可抑制人体制造褪黑素——一种可帮助人们入睡的激素。众多阻挡蓝光的产品应运而生,但专家警告说,几乎没几种产品的有效性经过了充分的测试验,目前的最佳解决方案仍是避免在晚上接受来自电子屏幕的亮光。A Swiss study of 13 teenage boys, published in August in The Journal of Adolescent Health, showed that when the boys donned orange-tinted glasses, also known as blue blockers and shown to prevent melatonin suppression, in the evening for a week, they felt “significantly more sleepy” than when they wore clear glasses. The boys looked at their screens, as teenagers tend to do, for at least a few hours on average before going to bed, and were monitored in the lab.8月,《青少年健康期刊》(The Journal of Adolescent Health)上发表了一项来自瑞士的研究。这项涉及13名十几岁男孩的研究显示,受试者们在一周期间每晚佩戴橙色眼镜(又称为蓝光阻隔眼镜),可防止褪黑素抑制效应,他们比佩戴透明眼镜时“明显更有睡意”。这些男孩在实验室内接受了监测,他们像普通青少年一样,每晚睡觉前平均会看上几个小时的电子屏幕。Older adults may be less affected by blue light, experts say, since the yellowing of the lens and other changes in the aging eye filter out increasing amounts of blue light. But blue light remains a problem for most people, and an earlier study of 20 adults ages 18 to 68 found that those who wore amber-tinted glasses for three hours before bed improved their sleep quality considerably relative to a control group that wore yellow-tinted lenses, which blocked only ultraviolet light.专家还说,由于衰老而产生的晶状体泛黄和其他变化会过滤过量的蓝光,老年人或许不那么受蓝光的影响。但对于大多数人来说,蓝光依然是个麻烦。此前的一项涉及20名18至68岁成年人的研究发现,睡前三小时佩戴琥珀色眼镜者的睡眠质量大大优于佩戴只阻隔紫外线的黄色隐形眼镜的对照组。Devices such as smartphones and tablets are often illuminated by light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, that tend to emit more blue light than incandescent products. Televisions with LED backlighting are another source of blue light, though because they are typically viewed from much farther away than small screens like phones, they may have less of an effect, said Debra Skene, a professor of neuroendocrinology at the University of Surrey in England.智能手机和平板电脑等设备通常使用发光二极管,即LED照明,它们发出的蓝光往往多于白炽产品。英国南安普顿大学的神经内分泌学教授德布拉·斯基恩(Debra Skene)指出,带LED背光的电视机是蓝光的另一个来源,但它们的观看距离一般比手机之类的小屏幕远得多,对人体的影响应该比较小。LEDs are also increasingly popular as room lights, but “warm white” bulbs, with less blue, tend to be a better choice than “cool white” for nighttime use. The lighting company Philips also makes a bulb, called Hue, that can change the intensity of its component colors via an app, and GE last month announced a reduced-blue LED bulb, meant to be used before bedtime.“Conceptually, anything that will decrease that blue light exposure at night will be helpful,” said Christopher Colwell, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles. “I know some gamers who swear by those orange-tinted goggles.”LED在室内照明上也越来越受欢迎,但是如果单以夜间使用而论,蓝光较少的“暖白色”灯泡其实是比“冷白色”光源更好的选择。照明公司飞利浦生产了一种叫做Hue的灯泡,可以通过应用程序改变其发光谱中各种颜色的强度。通用电气上个月也发布了一款低蓝光LED灯泡,以供睡前使用。“从概念上讲,任何可降低夜间蓝光暴露的东西都会有所助益,”加州大学洛杉矶分校的神经科学家克里斯托弗·科尔韦尔(Christopher Colwell)说。“我知道有些游戏玩家对橙色护目镜推崇备至。”But orange glasses are not a panacea, Dr. Skene said. “It isn’t just get rid of the blue and everything’s fine,” she said. The intensity of light, in addition to color, can affect sleep, she said, and not all brands of orange-tinted glasses have undergone enough independent testing for their ability to aid sleep.但橙色眼镜也不是万能的,斯基恩士说。“屏蔽蓝光并不能解决所有问题。”除了颜色,光的强度也会影响睡眠,她说,而且,也不是所有品牌的橙色眼镜都接受过足够的独立测试来实其确实有能力辅助睡眠。Screens that are not backlit, such as some e-book ers, are preferable to typical brightly lit screens, Dr. Skene said.斯基恩士表示,非背光的屏幕——如某些电子书阅读器——要比常见的明亮屏幕更可取。Mr. Nicoletti says that the orange glasses he wears, an industrial-safety brand called Uvex, do make some colors, notably blues and greens, harder to distinguish. He also uses applications designed to alter the blue light impact of his devices depending on the time of day: an app called f.lux for his computer and Twilight for his mobile phone.尼科莱蒂说,他的橙色眼镜出自工业安全品牌优唯斯(Uvex),在佩戴该眼镜后,他确实感到难以分辨某些颜色,其中又以蓝色和绿色最为明显。他还使用了可根据一天中的不同时间改变设备蓝光影响的应用:名为f.lux的app用于电脑,名为Twilight的app用于智能手机。Other ideas are proliferating. An Ohio company called LowBlueLights.com, for example, offers filters said to block blue light by covering the screens of electronic devices like the iPhone or iPad. Other company products include “low blue” LED lights and orange eyewear.其他主意也在不断涌现。例如,俄亥俄州的一家名为LowBlueLights.com的公司提供了可覆盖在iPhone或iPad电子设备屏幕上的滤膜来阻挡蓝光。其他公司的产品有“低蓝光”LED灯和橙色眼镜等。During the daytime, experts say, exposure to blue light is good. Best of all is sunlight, which contains many different wavelengths of light. “That’s what our brain knows,” said Kenneth P. Wright Jr., director of the sleep and chronobiology lab at the University of Colorado, Boulder.专家称,在白天,蓝光暴露还是很不错的。最好的光源就是阳光,它包含许多不同波长的光。科罗拉多大学波尔得分校睡眠与生物钟实验室的主任小肯尼思·P·赖特(Kenneth P. Wright Jr.)士说:“我们的大脑很清楚这一点。”A 2013 study he led, published in the journal Current Biology, showed just how different things can be without nighttime lights: After participants had camped in the mountains for a week, their bodies began to prepare for sleep about two hours earlier than normal.他在2013年领导的一项研究发表在《当代生物学》杂志(Current Biology)上,该研究显示了没有夜间灯光可以造成多大的改变:在山中露营一周后,参与者的身体比平常提前了两个小时开始准备进入睡眠状态。Short of cutting out all evening electronics, experts say, it’s advisable to use a small screen rather than a large one; dim the screen and keep it as far away from the eyes as possible; and reduce the amount of time spent ing the device.专家建议,如果不能完全避免在晚上使用电子产品,那么最好使用小屏幕而不是大的;请降低屏幕的亮度,并让它离眼睛越远越好;减少从电子设备上阅读信息的时间。“If you can look at the iPhone for 10 minutes rather than three hours, that makes a lot of difference,” Dr. Skene said.“如果你能把看iPhone的时间从三小时减少到10分钟,可是能带来很大改变的,”斯基恩士说。 /201504/370550

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