What is ASMR
ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Many people also call it “brain orgasms”, “braingasms ‘,’ head tingling” or “brain orgasms. Stimulate the brains and the skin on your head through sound. The tingling and soothing feeling you get from certain sounds.
Which sounds provide ASMR
Everyone experiences the feeling of ASMR in its own way. From strong to barely. Many people do not realize that they are sensitive to certain sounds, until you point out. ASMR can be induced by certain voices or by the surroundings and the sounds that go with them. Often the soothing sounds such as crackling, rain, ticking.
Think of the sound of the barber scissors close to your ear or turning a page in a very quiet area. It can also soothing voice if someone whispers in your ear. ASMR is available in many variations.
The emergence of ASMR
AMSR has really become popular until 2010 when a group on Facebook was founded. After research had shown that one could relax by sounds just to hear you are going. On Youtube appeared more and more videos of people who ASMR stimulated by making sounds or playing role-playing (eg a visit to the hairdresser or optician).
ASMR for you
Everyone experiences ASMR in its own way. One can imagine with little, while the other has been quick to certain sounds. Which sounds fine you can also varies by person. Experience our ASMR videos and find out where you from getting a delicious brain massage!
ASMR on television
On 23 October 2012, DWDD a Dutch television-programm filmed an item made about ASMR. Two ASMR bloggers took the floor and explained what ASMR is. With English subtitles.