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ASMR: What It Is & How It Helps

When I tell you I really love ASMR, I’m not joking. In fact, as I sit here writing this article I’m listening to Heather Feather’s ASMR Ear, Nose and Throat Examination. It’s probably one of my favorite videos she does (thanks to the ear cupping and whispers), and I figured it would help me better explain the ASMR experience if it was happening while I wrote it. Also, I’m listening because, like I said, I really love listening to ASMR and can’t go a day without it. Well, that’s an exaggeration. I can go a day without ASMR, but I choose not too. I CAN QUIT ANYTIME I WANT, OKAY? If you know what ASMR is, and you’ve experienced it, you likely share a similar, but less extreme, view on watching and listening to the videos. It’s become a part of your routine to help you sleep, unwind, relax, or combat anxiety on a fairly regular basis. If you don’t know what ASMR is, and you’ve never experienced it, you’re probably wondering what it is and what it …

But Does It Work? ASMR For Anxiety & Relaxation

As of yesterday, I can say that I tried ASMR. You know, that thing that has been taking the internet by storm, claiming it gives you “braingasms” and “gives you the tingles”? Well, until yesterday all I knew of ASMR was it was a bunch of people whispering into a camera, putting it on the internet and people would feel better. Now, I don’t know about you, but whispering doesn’t usually calm me down. If anything, it freaks me out and makes me anxious, just as I’ve learned by watching Bob Ross. I don’t know about you, but that dude freaks me out. He’s too calm, so he’s probably a pyscho killer right? Or maybe that’s just me.