Whether it's for acting roles or for the sake of their health, celebrities have made their fair share of (extremely) impressive weight-loss stories in the past few years. The latest being Khloe Kardashian's, as she recently told fans about her incredible 40lb weight loss journey and how positivity was key in doing so. And she's not the only one to have made a pretty incredible transformation.
If you’re a thrill-seeker, you’re familiar with that rush of excitement you feel during the climax of a horror movie. Sure, you know Freddy Krueger and Jigsaw exist only onscreen, but they still make your palms sweat and leave you with nightmares for weeks. “The brain is wired to treat what it sees as real,” Glenn Sparks, professor and associate head of the Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University, tells Yahoo Health. “It is very difficult to tell the primitive brain to ignore the apparent reality of what it is seeing, and if the images appear to be real and terrifying, the brain tells the body to react accordingly.” Horror movies can affect your brain and body in ways you may not even realize, so if you have a history of physical or mental health issues, think twice before pushing Play.