asmr face exercise + tapping

alyssa asmr
Published 1 year ago
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My blue yeti recording was really low volume so I have opted for the camera mic quality and therefore heaps of white noise. :'(
Anyhows just a random idea becasue I was about to go and workout, lols!

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My definition of ASMR/Triggers/Tingles?
ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response- sounds intense right? Well this is all related to the nerves in our body and it is a way that we ‘feel’. It is a feeling on the inside of out body, usually from the head and can travel down the body, however some people can feel it at random parts of their bodies such as their bum cheeks lol! Quite interesting right?
Furthermore, asmr artists use triggers. Triggers can literally be anything, if we get that tingly feeling (almost like a shiver) it means it is a trigger.
For those who do not get these ’tingles’, asmr can be used to relax and wind down, to study, to wake up to. It is not weird, what even is weird these days?! If you have an open-mind, ASMR is for you

“Autonomous – spontaneous, self-governing, within or without control
Sensory – pertaining to the senses or sensation
Meridian – signifying a peak, climax, or point of highest development
Response – referring to an experience triggered by something external or internal” - Jennifer Allen

My fav triggers?
Visuals, tapping, hand sounds,

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