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  New ASMR Channel-AmazingTinglesASMR
Posted by: AmazingTinglesASMR - 02-16-2019, 10:09 AM - Forum: Introduction - No Replies

I have recently created an ASMR channel on youtube & would love everyone to check it out Smile
I've just posted a new assorted mouth sounds video with mic nibbling & kissing sounds!!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQRjf5y...subscriber


Smile My New ASMR Channel - Thoughts and comments invited
Posted by: AllinOne.ASMR.UK - 02-03-2019, 10:47 PM - Forum: Creator's lounge - Replies (1)

Hi All
I've recently started my new channel dedicated to providing ASMR related videos. I'm not an expert and I don't claim to be but I'm on a journey to learn and support others. If you have time, please check out my channel and I'd welcome thoughts and comments

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEHK-ubvvps&t=6s


  Experiences with ASMR
Posted by: Alylancione - 02-03-2019, 03:42 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

Hi! My names Aly I’m a journalist student in Canada. I’m currently working on a story on ASMR. Im looking to hear from some of you on your experience. If you are interested please message me. 
Thanks 
Aly


  Hi
Posted by: Alylancione - 02-03-2019, 03:41 AM - Forum: Introduction - No Replies

Hi! My names Aly I’m a journalist student in Canada. I’m currently working on a story on ASMR. Im looking to hear from some of you on your experience. If you are interested please message me. 
Thanks 
Aly


  This is a questionnaire about ASMR to help us gain a better understanding. Thank you
Posted by: Anthony112 - 02-01-2019, 01:32 PM - Forum: Research - No Replies

Hello. Please take a few minutes to fill out this questionnaire about ASMR videos. Your help will be of great value to me as this research is part of my MA. Your participation will be anonymous. Results will only be used for academic purposes. I thank you in advance for your consideration and help. 

https://tinyurl.com/ASRM-Videos-2019


  ASMR sleep inducing / soft spoken / hand movements
Posted by: asmrher - 12-05-2018, 03:47 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

https://youtu.be/pXCkQ-YQKyY


  ASMR videos should be used for therapy
Posted by: ASMR Husky - 11-22-2018, 03:10 PM - Forum: Research - No Replies

English researchers suggest that the "brain orgasm" ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) "could treat depression and sleep deprivation.

The sound of tapping and scratching on wood, hair brushing with a comb, gentle whispering in the microphone - ASMR videos have been populating a special niche on YouTube and other portals for years. The fact that the so-called "brain orgasm" also has tangible physiological and psychological effects, has now investigated by researchers from the English Sheffield University. This is reported by Technology Review in its online edition.  

Examination of the ASMR effect
Various audio-visual stimuli can produce ASMR - "Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response", a pleasant tingling sensation that begins on the scalp and spreads over the neck and moves down further into the body. The trigger and susceptibility to the phenomenon can be different for each person. ASMR videos spread as a trend on YouTube since 2010, with many users claiming that the feeling is relaxing and helps them fall asleep, for example.

A group of researchers led by psychologist Giulia Poerio of Sheffield University has determined in two studies with up to 1000 participants whether ASMR actually occurs consistently and whether it has measurable physiological and psychological effects.

They monitored the heart rate and electrodermal frequency of viewers watching ASMR videos. When ASMR appeared, participants were calmer, more relaxed, and at the same time more active and alert. The electrodermal activity was higher, while the heart rate was lower by more than three beats per minute.

This is comparable or even more effective than other established therapies for mental illness, the researchers wrote. They hope that these results will finally get ASMR research rolling. Stimulation with ASMR videos could one day be targeted as a recognized treatment for depression and sleep deprivation.

If you're new to ASMR and would like to try it out, you can search for it by typing ASMR into Google or YouTube. I also made some videos on my YouTube channel: ASMR Husky


  Introduction to ASMR
Posted by: ASMR Husky - 11-19-2018, 04:40 PM - Forum: Introduction - Replies (1)

Hey, it's me!



I really like ASMR. ASMR means "Autonomous sensory meridian response". It is about a state of complete relaxation or tingle that begins on the scalp and moves down on the back of the neck and upper spine. Certain triggers trigger ASMR, such as sounds like a particularly gentle, whispering voice, the sound of rubbing hands, the sound of removing adhesive tape, or even visual and physical stimuli. Particularly successful ASMR videos sometimes have over 3.5 million clicks on Youtube. These are numbers that some YouTube stars don't reach with their videos.

I actually watch videos every night before bedtime when my girlfriend and I do not sleep together. I especially like haircut, tapping and scratching videos.

See you around!

ASMR Husky


  Hi, it's me!
Posted by: asmrher - 11-17-2018, 05:11 AM - Forum: Introduction - No Replies

Hi there,

I've gotten exposed to ASMR about a month ago, and I fell in love with it!

I had a stressful day time job that made me very anxious everyday. I couldn't even relax afterwork. I couldn't even relax when I'm not thinking about work. I had headaches from time to time, yoga did help but entirely(I don like to meditate, I fidget a lot). 

I stumbled up on ASMR on a online article, I watch some ASMR vids. I felt better instantly, the pressure on my nose and head was instantly lifted, I can finally stop thinking about anything, and was at a serene state when I listened to ASMR.

That's when I decided to make ASMR videos!
I want to help other people to relax, like how ASMR did for me.
In a world full of chaos and there are many reasons to be unhappy or worrying, a little ASMR might help your day.

Let me know how you stumbled up ASMR!


  ASMR vid ideas!
Posted by: asmrher - 11-06-2018, 07:20 AM - Forum: Creator's lounge - No Replies

Hi all,

I'm a new ASMR video creator and I'm looking for ideas for my next videos.

Anyone have suggestions or specific content that you would like to see in the whisper community? Please leave a comment below.

Also, which sounds triggers your tingles the most? Is it whispers? or tapping sounds? mouth sounds?

Let me know!