Celebrity·Posted on 15 Oct 2018Lili Reinhart Just Asked Twitter To Debunk This Movie Myth And The Responses Are Just Too GoodIs splashing your face with water to help calm you down really a thing?by Isha BassiJunior Staff Writer, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink By now I'm sure you're aware of Lili Reinhart, aka the sweetheart that plays Betty on Riverdale. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com She's been known to pump out some pretty hilarious tweets, including this relatable gem. Lili Reinhart @lilireinhart "I'm probably just eating so much because I'm about to get my period," I say, every day of the month, 365 days a year. 07:41 PM - 07 Aug 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite But this morning, Lili decided to ask the people of Twitter a very important and interesting question. Lili Reinhart @lilireinhart In real life— do people actually go into the bathroom and splash their faces with water to calm down? Or does that only happen in movies...? 04:47 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite My first thought was that surely the whole "splash your water on your face to calm down" thing has to be fake. Like who has time for that??? Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF CBS And scrolling through the replies, it seemed like everyone was in agreement with me. L 🌙 @juggiebetty @lilireinhart Only in the movies 04:48 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite Devin but like Spookier🐺 @GeauxDevin @lilireinhart And ruin my makeup? I don't think so. 04:49 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite Sal𝔼𝕞 🌙 @helloemmao @lilireinhart I tried it once and it actually made me more cranky because I was overwhelmed AND wet 05:05 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite hailey @reinxiago @lilireinhart i tried it once and almost drowned myself 04:50 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite That's until I stumbled across these tweets. Yup, turns out there are people that actually do the whole face splash thing because it helps with their anxiety. Tyler Ganza | Elevate @Spartan @lilireinhart I actually do this Kind of like hitting the reset button 04:48 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite J a i d a n L o r a n🌼 @jaidan_loran @Joo_Gaza @xoHusnaaxo @lilireinhart I have to do it when my anxiety gets quite bad, I begin to sweat and overheat so I Splash my face with cold water to chill out for a bit 03:01 PM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite Britt 🌻 @basicallyybritt @lilireinhart YES. Cold water is a way to trigger your parasympathetic nervous system. So, when you’re feeling very stressed, over-emotional, or anxious it’s a way to “reset” and self-regulate by increasing blood flow back to the brain, lowering heart rate, etc. 12:18 PM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite While I agree that this does sound legitimate, there were some that took the face splashing to a whole other level. Thommy Hutson 🎃🍁 @ThommyHutson @lilireinhart I take my cue from Joan Crawford. When I need to calm down, water by itself (that’s kid stuff!) just won’t do... https://t.co/EF03nKaaFo 03:05 PM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite candy @clearifying @lilireinhart I dunk my face in a bucket of ice sometimes 04:50 AM - 14 Oct 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite So I guess the only thing left to do is ask you guys.