Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, also known as ASMR, refers to the tingling sensation caused in response to visual and audio stimuli. The most common form of access to these stimulants is through the use of video.
As such, YouTube provides a huge platform for ASMR videos that allow for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response to be experienced in the comfort of your own home.
If you are interested in exploring ASMR, this article has compiled a variety of YouTube videos, as well as channels, that are dedicated to the creation of this content. The following list explores different triggers and audios to help you find what video stimulant works best for you.
Types of ASMR on YouTube
1. ASMR- Very Close Up Whispering & Telling You Stories
This video, created by Gibi ASMR, features audio stimulant through whispering. With around 4 million views, Gibi's video has gathered a large following as an ASMR video. Her gentle whispering is a great way to explore your triggers and to find out if whispering is aiding your relaxation. It is helpful to note any sensations you might be feeling whilst listening to the video. Click here if you are interested in Gibi's ASMR gentle whispering.
2. ASMR Addictive Tapping 1 Hr (No Talking)
This one hour video, made by ASMR Bakery, features 8 different objects being tapped in a rhythmic pattern. Each object produces a different sound making this video a great tool for discovering which tapping sounds work best for you. The removal of talking from the audio allows full concentration on the sounds. In addition, there are no add placements throughout the video making it a great ASMR video to sleep to. Click here if you are interested in this ASMR on YouTube.
3. ASMR 15 Keyboards with Fast Typing for Studying & Works (4K, No Talking)
Using a range of 15 different Keyboards, ASMR PROMO produces a variety of typing sounds. The video is advertised as an aid to concentration in both work and study, making it a great video for those looking to potentially increase their concentration. If you are interested in this type of ASMR on YouTube, click here.
4. Dry Soap Cutting ASMR. Relaxing Soap Crushing. Soap ASMR no talking
Soap cutting is a particular method of creating visual stimulant in addition to audio. ASMR Soap's channel uses a wide range of soap, in different textures and shapes, to produce visual relaxation and satisfying sounds. From cutting to crushing, this channel offers high quality sounds. This particular video is 12 minutes long, which can be used as a great way to test your triggers. Longer videos can be used for sleeping and shorter videos, such as this one can be used as a relaxation tool. Click here if you are interested in watching ASMR soap's on YouTube.
5. Slime in Yours Ears for 30 Minutes/ASMR
Slime ASMR is satisfying for two different features. They produce sounds which create a Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, but they also use visual stimulant to produce the same feeling. Whether it is produced from sound or sight, this slime video, created by J ASMR, is a great stimulant. Click here if you are interested in ASMR slime.
6. ASMR Most Popular Food at McDonalds
ASMR eating, or most commonly known as a 'Muckbang', includes the stimulation of sounds through the noises produced when one is eating. This video, created by HunniBee ASMR, is one among the 5.2 million estimated muckbang's on YouTube. This channel offers a range of different eating videos that produce different sounds based upon the texture of the food. This particular form of ASMR can also cause irritation to those who struggle with Misophonia. However, listen to your bodies response and monitor how your body reacts to the stimulation. If you are interested in eating ASMR, click here.
7. ASMR/Relaxing Scalp Check + Treatments (Personal Attention, Scalp Scratching, Hair Play)
This particular form of ASMR combines touch, visual and sound to create a simulation of an event. This video mimics a hair appointment and intends to invite the same sensations felt during this. This is great video for people who experience Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response to physical touch. The wide accessibility to these videos made by ASMR Jas are useful to those who are not able to gain a physical stimulant, such as wanting the sensation of a hair cut to fall asleep to. If you are interested in ASMR hair, and other treatments, click here.
8. ASMR 20 Triggers To Help You Sleep
Using Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response to sleep has become an increasingly popular method. This video, made by ASMR Darling, compiles 20 potential triggers to help you sleep. This video is a great way to introduce yourself to the world of ASMR. If you are interested in ASMR to sleep, click here.