Netflix The Watcher is causing nightmares and insomnia to viewers!

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Netflix The Watcher is causing nightmares and insomnia to viewers!

Netflix new series The Watcher, according to a recent study, however, would be causing unpleasant consequences for the public. In fact, as revealed by a study made by Netflix itself, The Watcher is causing sleep problems for viewers.

Those who have seen the series have reported difficulty falling asleep and an increase in nightmares. Research for remedies for sleeplessness problems at night would have increased by as much as 527%. Netflix relied on sleep psychologist Katherine Hall to analyze this phenomenon behind watching horror movies and series.

In The Watcher, Bobby Cannavale and Naomi Watts are the Brannocks, a family that lives a real nightmare from the moment they move to an idyllic neighborhood. By Ryan Murphy, of American Horror Story.

Netflix The Watcher is causing nightmares and insomnia to viewers!

ScreenRant said in a report: "Nightmares are predominantly caused by stress and horror films are specifically designed to heighten emotions. They use psychological tricks to create illusions of suspense and danger, which causes stress and anxiety.

Then we bring that stress with us to bed, making our brains unable to relax and unplug. " Released on Netflix on October 13, 2022, in a short time it became one of the most viewed TV series during the month of October on the platform.

The plot said: "A family moves into their dream home, only to be plagued by ominous letters, strange neighbors and sinister threats. The miniseries is based on an article published in 2018." A total of 7 episodes were shot.

It is not known if the series will be anthological or if other seasons will be written and directed, especially after the finale of the seventh episode. Not just nightmares. In fact, the news is that the terror generated by the series would have resulted in a 100% increase in sales of security cameras.The Watcher has so far generated 125 million hours of viewing in just four days and it's hard not to notice some correlation between the two facts.

The data comes from B&Q, a home improvement and retail company and has seen a substantial increase in home security cameras, with on-site searches increasing by 88% and right in the weekend following the release of the series.