New to ASMR? You will find the answers to some of your questions below.
What is ASMR?
ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) is a relaxing tingling sensation that you may experience in your body or on your skin. It can often start at the top of your head and make its way down to your neck and spine. This experience often gives you a calming sensation of relaxation and wellbeing and you can also experience tingles.
There are lots of different ASMR triggers out there to help you to relax such as soft spoken, whispering voices and trigger sounds such as tapping.
Does everyone have ASMR?
I think there are some people who don't experience ASMR but I believe everyone has the ability to experience ASMR, you just need to find the trigger that speaks and works for you. If you haven't found your trigger or haven't experienced ASMR then don't worry, perhaps you will. Perhaps you just haven't found the trigger that speaks for you just yet, so keep an open mind when watching ASMR videos.
I have created ASMR playlists on My YouTube channel to help you to find what you're looking for.
What are ASMR Triggers?
ASMR Triggers vary. What works for you may not necessarily work for someone else. Everyone has their own triggers that work for them.
Some popular ASMR Triggers to help you to sleep, relax and get tingles are:
Tapping, scratching, crinkling sounds, page turning, typing, whispering, soft spoken voices and sticky sounds.
ASMR Personal Attention
Haircutting, hair brushing, ear massage often seen in ASMR roleplays.
Whispers and soft spoken voices are the most popular ASMR trigger.