ASMR is Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Autonomous means happens to yourself, so it’s something that you experience yourself. Sensory because it’s purely sensory, you don’t have to do anything, like making a movement to make it happen. It’s a pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, or back in response to visual, auditory, or tactile stimuli. In normal terms, it feels good to have head tingles from listening and looking at something.
The most common triggers for ASMR are whispering, and crisp sounds such as tapping and crinkling. One defining characteristic though is that all of the sounds are made within close proximity of the listener.
ASMR Technique is a physiological response in people’s bodies when they view ASMR. Like your heart rate will slow, your skin’s electrical responses change.
ASMR Technique is used to reduce stress and insomnia, and promote relaxation, and also may be helped to relieve depression.
Some people may feel the ASMR while some people may not