ASMR Cranial Nerve Exam (Soft Spoken)

Sixth Sensory ASMR
Published 8 years ago

So someone requested I try this so I did ! I don't know how it turned out because my chair kept creaking :S And i realized halfway through the video that I had forgotten to grab my flashlight. But let me know what you thought :)

I WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU to someone! If you are reading this, I am going to make an update video addressing this as well as a few other things, but I wanted to thank a subscriber who recently sent me a very generous donation on my Paypal and such a sweet message attached. So THANK YOU Kyle! :) xx

His donation along with any others I receive will be going towards new equipment (Microphone is my next goal) and I am in the process of purchasing a proper PC to upload and edit from. !!!
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ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It is caused by a variety of "triggers" and used to help aid stress, Insomnia, depression, anxiety or just for general relaxation. I know its not for everyone, but its for me :)
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Okay! That was a long Description.... Comment "PINEAPPLE!" if you read this far ;)


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