Do you love watching movies or dramas? Whether it is on your phone, laptop, PC, or watching on TV, many people love watching dramas, and over the years, it has had a regular fanbase, from many different genres, and types of movies, as well as dramas.
If we are going to talk about the history of dramas, as well as movies, then it would take a very long time to discuss it completely. However, what we are going to talk about right now, is how dramas and movies could help you develop good mental health, reduce stress and anxiety, as well as improving your mood.
The Positive Effects Of Movies On Your Mental Health
Movies, and drama cinematic can have quite a significant impact on mental health, as they can relieve stress, and anxiety, as well as entertain you through your boredom. There are many positive and negative effects of watching movies, and most of them could be attributed to your mental health condition.
On the positive side, the movies allow for escapism, allowing for people who are tired of seeing the boring old world, to be immersed into a brand-new world, escaping reality. It can be good things when you want to immerse in brand new settings, find a lot of motivation inside it, teach individuals that struggle with mental health, and give them hope, and resilience.
Not only that, the positive effects of movies could bring about more motivation, and inspiration. Watching dramas, movies, and comedic movies could make for a better sense of motivation, comfort, and understanding, and we may see characters that experience hardships but would conquer that hardship, so it motivates us to do better in the real world.
On the negative effects of movies on mental health, there are a few adverse effects that could be attributed to the addiction to watching movies and dramas. If you watch movies with genres of horror and violence, sometimes it could trigger fear, anxiety, or even traumatic experiences for an individual.
However, the violence and fearful responses could sometimes cause addiction, due to the dopamine and adrenaline reaction. This is also what makes people could get addicted to watching horror movies or liking adrenaline extreme sports for example.
In addition, movies that could incite violence and harmful behavior could harm mental health, especially when individuals itself has shown the adverse effect of mental illness. This, in turn, would make watching too many dramas, especially those that have horror, or violent effects could affect your mental health in negative ways.
What You Match Matters The Most
What you watch will shape you to become a better or a bit worse person, so anything you have seen may have passive adverse effects, this also includes what type of movies you watch. We know, that something you watch is just, well entertainment, but like it or not, when you are addicted to movies, it could have quite adverse effects on your behavior and mental health in the long run.
For example, watching a lot of series about violence, and horror doesn’t mean that you will get into horror, or become violent in itself, but it can induce fear, paranoia, and anxiety itself that could affect your health. It is better to watch horror or violent movies when you are fine with your mental health and capable of making the best decision on your own.
In the meantime, if you want to chill, heal yourself, try to relieve stress, or just escaping on the real world by watching dramas of your own, then you could also try out the comedic drama, or romance dramas. This way, it could relieve your stress, and become more relaxed, and chill.
In conclusion, the effects of watching movies and dramas are complex, and multifaceted, as well as has in itself adverse effects from different perspectives. On one side, movies could be one of the best sources of entertainment, source of inspiration, and they could provide comfort to the watcher.
However, they can also induce much greater negative impact, such as addiction, and they could then perpetuate many negative stereotypes, including escapism. So, you would need to approach movies and the cinematic universe mindfully.