What is ASMR ?

ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) is defined as "subjectively experiencing a euphoric, positive feeling". This feeling is described as creating a pleasant tingling sensation that usually starts in the head and scalp area.

"You can explore a variety of ASMR sounds until you find the ones that you enjoy the most."


ASMR Triggers

Most people will experience ASMR at some point in their lives. One of the primary triggers of ASMR that people have reported is the gentle caressing or touching of specific areas of the skin. ASMR triggers also include accented or soft voices, watching people silently work and ambient sounds. You can explore a variety of ASMR sounds until you find the ones that you enjoy the most on www.asmrion.com.
The most powerful effects of ASMR reported include that the "tingle" effect feels like tiny fireworks, a static-like feeling that left them feeling pleasantly relaxed. ASMR is also said to have therapeutic effects for symptoms of anxiety and insomnia.

ASMR Sounds

To experience the best and most readily available effects, use ASMR sounds. As you listen to ambient sounds, you'll enter a state of relaxation and positive feelings. To get the most out of the experience be sure to wear headphones. There are a lot of different ASMR sounds available with some of the most effective being leaves rustling in the wind, the sounds of a heavy snowstorm, a rainy day, ocean waves, sounds of a busy barber shop, walking on a carpet of leaves, ripping up paper and the crackling sounds of a roaring campfire.

For a pluviophile (someone who loves the sound of rain and feel joy on rainy days) there's another source of Asmr sounds named 'RainbowHunt' www.rainbowhunt.com The tracks include different types of rain sounds coupled with an amazing visual simulation of raindrops that will be appreciated by pluviophiles. The idea here is to take the time to listen to several so that you can pinpoint the ones that induce the most positive feelings.