ASMR, or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is a term used by the community to describe the tingly, pleasant sensations some people feel while listening to certain auditory stimuli.

ASMR is not a physical or mental illness. It’s not a recognized medical condition, though some people may experience it. It’s just a sensory experience. The most common triggers for ASMR are whispering, tapping, and scratching sounds; however, personal preferences and triggers vary.

ASMR: The videos

The most common ASMR videos are role-plays in which the creator gently speaks or performs certain actions, but there are many other types of videos out there as well: art role-plays, instructive videos, instructional videos, and more. The ASMR community is full of kind and creative people.

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