The decade old phenomenon of YouTube has brought about drastic changes on how we live our lives. From coaxing the baby to sleep using baby shark, to learning a new language in the comfort of your room.
Today, we’re going to be focusing on a whole specific niche that confuses even the population born in the era of the internet. Ladies and gentleman, we’re here to talk about ASMR.
Now, what exactly is the meaning of ASMR?
I could pull the Wikipedia’s definition, but that’s simply lazy writing. Here’s a go at explaining it. ASMR is a combination of chills and tingles, in the best possible manner. Think of it like holding in your pee for a long car ride and finally unleashing the hydro cannon. It is essentially a good feeling that we naturally want more.
What triggers ASMR?
It differs individually on how much of an audio or visual person you are. Some triggers are
- soft whisperings
- playing with a slime
- eating different types of food
- tapping on different materials and surfaces.