But for the most part, the people running actual research studies on ASMR are optimistic about the future. Anecdotally, the Sheffield group point out that some ASMR enthusiasts use the videos therapeutically, to help with symptoms of insomnia, anxiety or depression. There was a remarkable consistency across participants in terms of triggering content — whispering worked for the majority of people, followed by videos involving some sort of personal attention, crisp sounds, and slow movements. To date, only one research paper has been published on the phenomenon. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Those who experience it often characterise it as a tingling sensation in the back of the head or neck, or another part of the body, in response to some sort of sensory stimulus. Order by newest oldest recommendations.
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