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經過30天的嘗試,获得了一些實際效果,但這不是科學證據。與其他人的經驗可能有所不同,仍需更多研究來確定Mewing的有效性。
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Mewing是一種聲稱通過鍛煉下顎和頰骨肌肉來重塑面部結構的做法,但缺乏實質性研究支持。
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Mewing是一種通過鍛煉下顎和頰骨肌肉來改變面部結構的做法。
Mewing是由英國牙科醫生John Mew和Mike Mew父子推廣的。
雖然缺乏實質性研究支持,但許多人聲稱經過Mewing後有顯著的變化。
在這一部分,主要介紹了"Mewing"的兩個重要技巧以及作者在進行30天挑戰時的一些困難和努力。
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要確保舌頭與口腔的上方保持接觸。
進行下巴收緊動作以保持頭部和頸部的正確姿勢。
作者邀請七位朋友一同參與這個挑戰,並計劃在挑戰結束後進行一項盲測調查。
作者改變飲食習慣,增加咀嚼硬食和嚼口香糖的頻率,以鍛煉下顎和面部肌肉。
作者提到自己平常呼吸經常堵塞,但在進行"Mewing"時卻需要透過鼻子呼吸,這對他來說很困難。
這段影片中,主角進行了30天的嘴巴運動實驗,並設定了Google日曆提醒,以確保每小時都能進行嘴巴運動。
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透過Google日曆提醒,讓主角能夠保持持續的嘴巴運動。
主角在進行嘴巴運動的過程中,注意到自己的鼻腔呼吸明顯改善。
主角也更加關注自己的姿勢,特別是頸部的位置。
這段影片討論了個人經驗和認知偏見對於評估"Mewing"的影響。
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個人經驗很難確定"Mewing"的效果是否真實。
認知偏見可能導致人們傾向相信支持"Mewing"的資訊。
一旦"Mewing"成為身份的一部分,改變人們的想法變得困難。
在這段視頻中,主持人通過一個30天的實驗,對mewing進行了科學測試。
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他的朋友不可靠,只有Andrew值得信賴。
他的第一天的照片表現比第30天的照片好,幾乎有20%的人表示看不到任何差異。
儘管結果並不具有科學性,但主持人在鼻腔呼吸方面有明顯的改善。
他希望有大學或研究機構能夠進行真正的研究,以確定mewing的效果。
00:00so you want to get the tongue right here
00:02and then you might put the rest on the
00:05roof or your mouth mm-hmm these
00:13exercises are part of a now viral trend
00:16known as mewing a practice that claims
00:18to reshape the structure of your face by
00:20working out the muscles in your jaw and
00:22cheek bones the same way doing arm curls
00:25eventually improves the look of your
00:27biceps mewing is named after British
00:29orthodontist dr. John Mew who along with
00:32his son dr. Mike Mew helped popularize
00:35this trend through his YouTube channel
00:36and while to the best of my knowledge
00:39there haven't been any substantive
00:41studies into the effects of this
00:43practice making mewing at best a
00:46hypothesis and at worst empty
00:48pseudoscience the practice of viewing
00:51has blown up across YouTube and
00:53Instagram with how-to vlogs and
00:56self-reported transformation stories and
00:58the before-and-after photos of people
01:00who say they've tried mewing really look
01:02impressive even though I don't have the
01:05resources to give mewing a proper
01:07scientific study I want to give it a try
01:10and test it as objectively as I can to
01:12see if there's any positive effects on
01:14my looks over the course of 30 days and
01:17the first thing that means is all my
01:20facial hair it's got to go here we go
01:28about to lose like three points going
01:30from a 6 to a 2.5 real quick
01:35[Music]
01:36here we go
01:37[Music]
01:41you'd buy some one of my few good facial
01:44features
01:47[Music]
01:56absolutely cursed
02:04so how do you mute the main technique
02:08for mewing is to have your lip slightly
02:10closed with your front bottom teeth just
02:12behind the back of your front upper
02:14teeth without them touching next use
02:16your tongue to cover the entire upper
02:18palate of your mouth
02:19place the tip of the tongue right behind
02:20but not touching your front upper teeth
02:22a good exercise is to make the ng sound
02:25while thinking about covering the roof
02:27of your mouth with your tongue
02:31it's also important to make sure the
02:33posterior third of the tongue is engaged
02:35in pushing upwards on the back palate to
02:38help do this you should implement the
02:40chin tuck the chin tuck will help you
02:42push your head and neck back into
02:44straight alignment with your spine and
02:45engage the root of your time and my
02:58mouth honestly is feeling it I'm gonna
03:00do it for the rest of the evening but I
03:02already feel like I got a good a good
03:05pump on with my mouth because I'm trying
03:10to collect as much data as possible with
03:12this challenge I'm finding that doing
03:14this just by myself is going to be
03:16insufficient so I've asked seven of my
03:18friends if they'd be willing to do the
03:20mooing with me and also take
03:22before-and-after photos that way at the
03:25end of the challenge we'll be able to
03:26conduct a blind survey to see which jaw
03:28lines people find most attractive uh
03:31ancestors ate very hard rough food you
03:35use these muscles you'll get reasonable
03:38facial shape and many prepared foods are
03:41indeed quite salt so we do not get this
03:44exercise we're gonna find a tough time I
03:46take John and Mike music vice and try to
03:48incorporate harder foods into my regular
03:50diet I also start chewing gum regularly
03:53to better utilize my jaw and facial
03:55muscles and hopefully as a result
03:56improve the appearance of my face so
04:00typically I'm really bad at breathing
04:02through my nose
04:03I feel consistently stuffed up and it's
04:06really glad if I breathe through my nose
04:07and it feels very inefficient so I
04:10typically just breathe through my mouth
04:12but right now I'm trying to Moo and
04:14breathe through my nose and walk up a
04:16hill and it sounds like I'm suffocating
04:20I can barely get enough oxygen and it
04:23feels like I'm running a half marathon
04:25or something because I just can't get
04:27enough oxygen so this shouldn't be this
04:30difficult
04:33[Music]
04:35my first week and a half of mewing goes
04:37by pretty painlessly as I try to me you
04:40throughout all of my regular daily
04:42activities however one area pops up that
04:45could cause problems with my results I
04:49keep forgetting to Moo I will go great
04:54for two hours and then I will get
04:56distracted and forget and two hours
04:58later I will remember again and I'll
05:00start back up so I need to find a better
05:02way to prompt to myself consistently
05:04throughout the day so that I'm not
05:05missing large chunks of valuable mewing
05:08time that way I can get the best photo
05:10as possible for the end of this
05:11challenge so I gotta fix that the next
05:18day I schedule hourly Google Calendar
05:20reminders to Moo this way if something
05:22comes up and I get distracted
05:23I have consistent prompts to help me get
05:25back on track and it works no matter the
05:31time of day or the tasks I'm working on
05:33my phone buzzes and I'm prompted to Moo
05:35and it actually starts to feel more like
05:37a habit rather than a conscious chore
05:39I'm gonna be honest I was a bit
05:43skeptical coming into this challenge and
05:45while after three weeks of practicing
05:47mooing I'm not sure if there's any
05:49difference in my looks but I am seeing
05:52improvements my nasal breathing for one
05:55has improved drastically for the past
05:57week I've been solely breathing through
05:59my nose without any problem which is
06:01something I'm not sure if I've ever done
06:04before I'm also more aware of my posture
06:07and I'm working to keep my neck more in
06:08line with my spine right now because I'm
06:11hunched over but typically when I'm
06:12sitting and standing I'm Way more
06:13attentive to that area so what I'm
06:15wondering is are these changes I'm
06:17noticing reliable coins of data improve
06:20that mooing is actually worked and to
06:23help answer these questions I set up a
06:24video call with Canada's Research Chair
06:26in health law and policy Tim Caulfield
06:29Tim is an author and host of the
06:31documentary series a user's guide to
06:33cheating death which skeptically looks
06:35at popular health trends
06:37and tries to understand why practices
06:39similar to mewing become so popular I
06:42think mewing is a good example of the
06:44power of a story right the power of
06:47something that has that intuitive appeal
06:49so this is one of those areas where
06:51there really isn't a lot of evidence
06:53good clinical evidence to support it
06:56right
06:56it's almost based entirely on on that
06:59intuitive appeal aspect to it and
07:02anecdotes and testimonials which you
07:04know if your draw away a lesson from
07:07this you know that's not good evidence
07:08for something like this what you need is
07:10a good clinical trial you you have one
07:12group not doing it one group doing it
07:14and then the assessment of the impact
07:17whether you're talking about the
07:18aesthetics or some kind of other
07:19mechanical endpoint is is measured
07:22somewhat objectively so I'm 24 days in
07:26and just from my personal experience
07:28I've noticed huge improvements breathing
07:31through my nose I've always been a
07:34if ik mouth-breather and I feel like
07:36that's changed now but whether that's
07:38just correlation or actual causation of
07:42mewing it's hard to tell and I'm
07:45wondering is it even possible to know if
07:48it's real when all I have is my own
07:50personal experience I get that and part
07:52of what's going on is you are doing
07:54something right when you do something
07:56when you feel like you're participating
07:57in something that in itself right can
08:00have can have an impact right
08:02and you see that with you know diets is
08:04a good example right you know you're
08:05thinking about what you're eating for a
08:07change and then you see positive you see
08:10a positive a positive outcomes that
08:12doesn't necessarily the magical diet
08:14that's just because you're thinking
08:15about what you're eating for a change
08:17and nothing remember is your cognitive
08:19biases we all have them right we want
08:21this to work we want something like
08:23mooing to work right and so we have a
08:25tendency to have our confirmation biases
08:28come into play and so we look for
08:29websites that confirm that especially if
08:32you've been doing it for a while you've
08:33invested time in this you know you want
08:35it to work for you know please let this
08:38work and so you find sources that
08:41confirm that so when people spend lots
08:44of time with some
08:45and they sort of lean into their own
08:48confirmation bias is that why we start
08:51to see people sort of latch on to these
08:53health trends that have little
08:55scientific backing to them once it's ER
08:58resonates with how we think of ourselves
09:00it becomes an incredibly powerful and
09:05persuasive message right so we have to
09:08remind ourselves of that also it does
09:10become part of your identity and there's
09:13a really interesting research that shows
09:14that once that happens it becomes very
09:16difficult to change that person's mind
09:18and we all do it I'm not you know we all
09:20do it and so be be aware of how that
09:24kind of force impacts your
09:26interpretation of the evidence they
09:28always remind yourself you know the
09:30degree to which that kind of thinking
09:32might have an impact on how you're
09:34looking at the available evidence on day
09:3630 I take my final photos and crop them
09:39along with my day one shots to emphasize
09:41any differences in my jaw line this will
09:43allow me to set up a survey to a/b test
09:45my results and see if I actually
09:46improved the look of my job once that
09:49was done I got in touch with my friends
09:50so I could get their before and after
09:52photos and set up a second survey that
09:55was my plan anyway
09:56if you remember the mewing challenge
09:58we're all working on that sounds so fake
10:20thanks for taking my call and thanks for
10:21being an absolute friend so my first
10:28takeaway is my friends are unreliable
10:31and I was dumb to trust them except for
10:34Andrew Andrew is a gem thank you so much
10:36Andrew as for my mewing survey that got
10:38over 4,000 responses and the results
10:41were pretty decisive my day one photos
10:43outperformed my date 30 photos by an
10:45average of 75 to 10 with almost 20%
10:48saying they saw no difference whatsoever
10:50did these results mean I have debunked
10:52mewing and all of its claims of course
10:55not
10:55in fact even if all my friends followed
10:57through with their
10:58sir sizes we still wouldn't have
11:00properly collected data to meet any
11:02level of peer-reviewed scrutiny but that
11:04also doesn't negate the fact that during
11:06this challenge I experienced pretty
11:08drastic improvement in my nasal
11:10breathing which is something I've never
11:12experienced before as I am usually a
11:14horrendous mouth breather and while
11:17doing these exercises
11:19I feel confident the muscles in my
11:20tongue and jaw were activated what that
11:23activation is doing still remains to be
11:25seen going forward I would honestly love
11:28to see a university or Research
11:29Institute do a legitimate study into the
11:32effects of Mike Muzak toises I certainly
11:35think there could be something to this
11:38whenever Brendan and I do these
11:40challenges we try to be transparent with
11:42the fact that these results are never
11:44definitive proof of anything other than
11:46our experience they're not by any
11:49measure scientific and I bring that up
11:51only because we are living through a
11:53moment where the basics of science
11:55literacy couldn't be more important and
11:57our ability to discern between expert
12:00information and stuff that is not really
12:03will save lives so I hope everyone
12:05watching this is staying safe right now
12:07and as for mewing and if it works
12:11hopefully one day we'll know for sure
12:13[Music]
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FAQs about This YouTube Video

1. What is the mewing technique?

The mewing technique is a method that involves proper tongue posture and oral posture to improve the facial appearance and overall health.

2. What are the claimed benefits of the mewing technique?

The claimed benefits of the mewing technique include improved facial structure, better nasal breathing, and enhanced posture.

3. Is there scientific evidence to support the claims of the mewing technique?

There is no scientific evidence to support the claims of the mewing technique, and it is important to be cautious about the results.

4. What are the personal experiences of the man in the video after trying the mewing technique?

The man in the video experienced improvements in nasal breathing and posture but the results regarding facial appearance were inconclusive.

5. What does the man recommend regarding the mewing technique?

The man suggests the need for a proper scientific study to evaluate the effectiveness of the mewing technique before making any definitive conclusions.

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