I’m going to guess that you just googled “what is ASMR”, and somehow ended up here. Well, you found the right place.
ASMR is short for “autonomous sensory meridian response”, which is a long way of saying sounds and experiences that give you chills or tingles. At first glance, I get it, that sounds really weird. But, its not that uncommon or rare. Ever felt chills or tingly when your barber or hairdresser was cutting your hair? Ever had the hair on your arm stand up from a routine doctor visit? Or maybe, you find the sound of whispering ever so satisfying. These are all very common sounds or experiences that prompt ASMR responses. Often, these are called “triggers.”
If you can’t relate to the above, give the below videos a shot, as they tend to proven winners. And no, you don’t have to watch the whole thing.
Now you’re probably wondering, “so what’s the point of tingles?” Well, tingles are the point. Some people find it relaxing. Others use it to unwind and go to sleep. Others, just find it unique and pleasurable. Find which triggers do it for you over at our Video Vault.