slime asmr. when someone is poking or touching slime and it’s so satisfying you get the chills! i love slime asmr! Read Also: taengsic a relationship that is filled with angst. they’re so incompatible, they’re going taengsic.Is there any science behind ASMR?
ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) is a fascinating phenomenon. The science behind ASMR is complicated and hard to grasp. When viewers watch ASMR videos, they experience a kind of pleasure triggered by sounds in the video.What does ASMR do to your brain?
ASMR as a Treatment Tool. Scientists don't know why ASMR happens or if it can treat things like stress, insomnia, anxiety, panic disorders, or depression. In part, it’s because everyone who has ASMR feels the sensation differently. Scientists hope to do more studies of the brain during ASMR to get more clues about it.Do you experience ASMR?
You can experience ASMR getting a haircut, being treated by a doctor, watching someone paint skillfully, hearing someone whisper, or listening to crinkling sounds — the triggers are endless and vary from person to person. Below is a ASMR video recorded by Lifelike VR recording Earphone.