How to avoid nightmares after watching a horror movie?

Pakistan
October 23, 2017 9:53am CST
Those people who are a huge fan of horror movies or like to watch horror movie or dont watch horror movies because of having nightmares after watching horror movies well my post for them. Some tips for you. Im a big fan of horror movies and they take you to another level of horror when you watch them alone at night time in dark. So how i avoid nightmares actually its very simple. All you need to do that after watching a horror movie watch some cartoon or love story or some cute animal videos online. I watch cartoons. Any animated movie that suits me best. And if you can't stand all those horror sounds and suspense scenes simply put your device volume on low. Let me know in comments down below if my tips helped you or you ever got a nightmare. Edited part : you can also sleep with your teddy if that doesnot turn into a devil at night lol.. sleep tight have a good night.
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@Hannihar (38334)
23 Oct
That is a great idea and thanks for the tips.
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• Pakistan
23 Oct
I'm glad that i can help.
@Hannihar (38334)
24 Oct
@Sundas123 I really do not watch horror movies anymore.
@ebanreb (6939)
• Philippines
23 Oct
Always think that whatever you watch is not true. and try to relax and pray that they are not real
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• Pakistan
23 Oct
Yes we all know that its not real but you can't control your dreams or do you?
@ashleyash (106)
23 Oct
just say to yourself it just a dream an its not real am a big fan of those movies never really find one thats gives me nightmare
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• Pakistan
23 Oct
Have you seen IT movie?
23 Oct
@Sundas123 yea i have does it scares you
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• Pakistan
23 Oct
@ashleyash not really. Have you seen Annabelle 2? Conjuring? Exorcism?
@kavinitu (5035)
• India
23 Oct
@Sundas123 Your idea is very cool, but when I watch the horror movie, I can not forget it for 2 days. Yes really, My husband loves thriller movies so I have to watch the movie with my husband
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• Pakistan
23 Oct
Try this and you won't get nightmares. Trust me.
@MALUSE (41357)
• Germany
23 Oct
Why do you 'have' to watch thriller movies with your husband? Can't you do something else in a different room? Would that endanger the happiness of your marriage? :-)
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@kavinitu (5035)
• India
26 Oct
@MALUSE lol! Absolutely not but it's just that he loves me hanging besides him all the time even if what he is doing is completely out of my concern. Even though I am scared at times but it's worth the time spent together with the person I love the most in the world.
@saiama (872)
• Mumbai, India
24 Oct
i was expecting some real good trick to not get scared but this too looks good i will try cartoons and turn off the volume of movie but what about the scary faces on screen ?
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• Pakistan
24 Oct
Then there wont be any point of watching a horror movie.
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@saiama (872)
• Mumbai, India
30 Oct
@Sundas123 you are right but feelings are feelings be it of being scared or any other how to stop
@maclanis (1569)
• Belgium
24 Oct
I usually do this as well, I hardly ever go to sleep right after a horror movie. I usually watch an episode or two of a funny TV show. It has really been quite a while, though, since I've had a nightmare after watching a horror movie.
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• Pakistan
24 Oct
Yup this works everytime
• Philippines
23 Oct
drink some water before you go to bed..just keep the lights on then..have your eyes covered by that you fel safer and away from dim nightmarish night
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@MALUSE (41357)
• Germany
23 Oct
Why not "Don't watch horror films before you go to bed?"
@id_peace (7224)
• Singapore
10 Jul
I will like to suggest not to watch any horror movies then.
@nangayo (2339)
• Nairobi, Kenya
24 Oct
Wow good to hear that i will try doing these.
@Shortail (863)
• Philippines
23 Oct
but sometimes they're not going to your dreams, they will follow you to the bathroom or even under your bed. or into your favorite mirror.