ASMR videos my newest weird addiction

Calgary, Alberta
September 14, 2016 3:14pm CST
There is a popular genre of videos on Youtube today called ASMR. There are people on Youtube who are now making money by making ASMR videos. ASMR stands for Autonomous sensory meridian response. These videos were kind of weird but they were so relaxing. You can either watch them with your eyes open or eyes closed They wont work with speakers though, they were with headsets and earphones. These videos basically consist of someone trying to make sounds that for some reason, is really relaxing. They give tingles to your spine. Most ASMR videos are long but it helped me with my insomnia. These videos can tingle your spine and massage your ears. I found it weird that these videos are so relaxing. I don't know but an ASMR video gives me the sensation of a full body massage.
Matt's Channel (ExtreamFilmaking) - https://www.youtube.com/user/ExtreamFilmaking 1:20 Brushing the mic 4:22 Tapping plastic container 6:49 Whispering about/...
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@SIMPLYD (75329)
• Philippines
16 Sep 16
I would get to sleep just listening to those but not watching them because the light keeps me awake .
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• Calgary, Alberta
16 Sep 16
I prefer these videos with lights off usually. They were weird but extremely relaxing and gives me the euphoria that i felt during a massage. Most ASMR videos are long since their purpose is to make people sleep or lose their anxiety but there are also some short ones. This is a video of camote peeling but it is really relaxing in the ears.
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@PurnaSharma (1768)
• India
7 Oct 16
Interesting became speechless seeing the videos on YouTube.
• Calgary, Alberta
7 Oct 16
I use them to fall asleep/.
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• India
7 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker ....I got surprised knowing that this therapy can give relax to our spinal chord. Anyway well discover.
• Calgary, Alberta
7 Oct 16
@PurnaSharma and they were free since they were all over Youtube,
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@Fleura (6195)
• United Kingdom
7 Oct 16
Ha ha that's funny, it's amazing what people will watch and the novel ways of making money - like selling worn shoes on ebay, now making noises on youtube! I think one of the most soothing sounds is of other people working, I think I will make a video of myself doing the housework and see if that soothes people to sleep!!
• Calgary, Alberta
7 Oct 16
I notice the most successful asmr artist are beautiful women, though Male ASMR artist are now becoming successful too. The sound of scissors cutting hair by far is the most relaxing sound for me.
I shampoo, condition, and cut your hair! Along with a little scalp massage :) snapchat: asmrdarling instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asmrdarling/ faceboo...
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@Fleura (6195)
• United Kingdom
8 Oct 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker Of course even if it's only making noises, having a beautiful face brings in more viewers!
• Brussels, Belgium
8 Oct 16
Hello again ! The great Classicals like Mozart's can do the exact same thing ... They work even beter and on most brains. Classical music helps you focus open your mind imagine have a good body-mind synchro ... Mozart was for example the favorite artist used by Doctor Tomatis. This Doctor specialized in helping TDHA kids memorising and focusing. and his method works wonders. He only used Mozart and a few rare other classics. Personnaly classical music Always does the trick for the mind, though I'm more a Beethoven & Tchaikovski fan. No need to search for those "special effect" sounds... the Greatist composers of all times already did the work pretty well :p
• Calgary, Alberta
9 Oct 16
I think that one is more of a matter of taste. Music does have a different impact and benefit to the brain but ASMR is more focusing on getting tingle triggers to the spine. I do listen to classic music but there are times I don't want to hear music.
@Fleura (6195)
• United Kingdom
7 Oct 16
Never heard of that, will have to investigate!
• Calgary, Alberta
7 Oct 16
Some of them are making a lot of money making those noises. They add roleplay too.
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@EddieHands (32997)
• United States
14 Sep 16
lol wow that is strange, but also interesting ! So many new videos on youtube... lol
• Calgary, Alberta
15 Sep 16
I never thought the sound of a make up brush strokinga a microphone will be so relaxing to the spinal chord.
• Shillong, India
15 Sep 16
Thanks for sharing the link would love to watch