Late Night ASMR for Insomniacs

Ephemeral Rift
Published 4 years ago

You know the drill: assume a comfortable position and let me do all the work to help you relax and/or fall asleep. And unlike previous episodes, no heady discussion or topics in this one.
00:00:00 Cage-free Eggs Tapping
00:04:30 Bag o' Celery Hearts Crinkling
00:10:35 Pot Holder Stroking
00:13:40 Sweet Relish Jar Tapping
00:19:00 Plastic Wrap Crinkling
00:23:30 Bottle Cap Capping
00:30:17 Tongs Clicking
00:34:37 Bag o' Cage-free Marshmallows Crinkling
00:40:33 Grape Jelly Container Tapping
00:45:24 Spatula Tapping and Stroking

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What is ASMR?

ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It's a non-scientific word that an everyday person came up with to describe the feeling characterized as a pleasurable tingling sensation felt in the head, scalp, back and other regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, and/or cognitive stimuli, such as crinkling bags, hand movements, whispering, personal attention or watching someone perform a task. It's like goosebumps but much more pleasant and without the uncomfortable chills.

ASMR videos are meant to intentionally induce this sensation in the viewer, often referred to as "tingles", but the videos also serve to provide a relaxing, calming and soothing experience for the viewer. Many people who do not experience ASMR still enjoy the videos for their calming and sleepy effect.


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