Summary of ASMR: What it is, what it stands for and how it works

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This video provides an overview of ASMR, discussing what it is, how it works, and some of the benefits associated with it. It also features a number of different ASMR triggers, such as clicking noises, chewing, and squishing slime.

  • 00:00:00 asmr is a pleasurable tingling sensation that some people experience when exposed to certain stimuli. Some research suggests that it could be related to misophonia, a condition where people have a negative emotional and physiological response to certain sounds. There are hundreds of YouTube videos of people doing various things, such as clicking their tongue, chewing noises, and squishing their hands in various colors of slime. It is not clear what is actually happening in the brain during an asmr experience, but it appears to be related to synesthesia, a condition where people experience one sense as being involuntarily linked with another.
  • 00:05:00 This video explains what ASMR is, how it works, and some of the triggers that can produce the sensation. It also features a discussion about some of the potential benefits of ASMR, such as reducing stress levels, improving sleep, and aiding in meditation.

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