With Halloween just ahead, everywhere we turn we are besieged by images of witches, warlocks, ghosts, goblins, vampires, and zombies.Â If you are one of the ghosts, you can stop reading right now because you donâ€™t need water.Â Any water. Â Vampires have their own source of hydration, of course.Â
However, itâ€™s a bit different when youâ€™re a zombie.Â Zombies, while creepy and semi-gone, still walk the Earth.Â In fact, I donâ€™t recall ever seeing one drive.Â So if youâ€™re walking around terrorizing people, even in a semi-conscious state (been there), you are burning energy and need to stay hydrated.Â
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According to an article in The Telegraph, researchers at the University of Westminster say that watching horror movies can help you burn the caloric equivalent of a small chocolate bar.
Films which make the audience jump in terror are the best calorie burners.Â Dr. Richard Mackenzie, senior lecturer and specialist in cell metabolism and physiology at the University, explains why.Â “As the pulse quickens and blood pumps around the body faster, the body experiences a surge in adrenaline.Â It is this release of fast acting adrenaline, produced during short bursts of intense stress (or in this case, brought on by fear), which is known to lower the appetite, increase the Basal Metabolic Rate and ultimately burn …
October 31 is supposed to be spooky, that doesnâ€™t mean you need scare away the environment. While youâ€™re taking care of the earth during the rest of the year, donâ€™t neglect Halloween! Go green on Halloween with these helpful household, decorating, and costume tips.
Use the whole pumpkin. Pumpkins are the go-to Halloween decorative symbol, but do you typically throw away the innards? Bake a pie with the insides, bake the seeds to a crispy crunch, and compost the shell when you no longer want to decorate your porch with a seasonal ghoul or goblin.
Walk, donâ€™t drive. Instead of driving to other neighborhoods for trick-or-treating, stay close to home and walk from house to house to cut down on …