Watching Horror Movies

Watching Horror Movies


A 90-minute scary film can burn up to 113 calories, which is the same as a 30-minute walk.


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Some people start to breathe heavily and have their heart rate rise when they're watching scary movies. No one blames them either cause there are some films which literally make people jump out of their seat.

While you might scream and shout and question why the hell you ever put this movie on, even though you saw it described online as 'the scariest film of all time', it's not the worst thing for your health.

A study has found that watching horror movies can actually help you lose weight.

Researchers from the University of Westminster discovered a 90-minute scary film can burn up to 113 calories, which is the same as a 30-minute walk. The university's Dr. Richard Mackenzie says: "Each of the 10 films tested set pulses racing, sparking an increase in the heart rate of the case studies.


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