You need some tingly ASMR facts you can fall asleep to. This phenomenon called Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a big deal on YouTube! It only makes sense. You’re stressed, can’t sleep, and filling your head with warm tingles is your magical key into dreamland. Then again, you might also be new to this whole thing. You’re siting there thinking, what the heck is ASMR? Allow me to help you out.
From theguardian.com It might sound unlikely, but The Joy of Painting – a kitsch, gentle show from the 80s which returns to TV this week – is the ultimate antidote to the trials of the modern world Vice’s TV channel has always been a decidedly patchy thing to watch. For every truly brilliant show it […]
From thelantern.com Students are encouraged to relax and relieve stress through boxing, yoga, painting, massages, prizes and free food this week at the Jesse Owens North Recreation Center. The second annual “After 10 at JON,” hosted by Student Life Recreational Sports, will take place Thursday, including a variety of wellness and relaxation activities throughout the […]
From Parade magazine Does the sound of Bob Ross‘s paintbrush scratching against the canvas send shivers down your spine? Does hearing scissors snip away at your hair make your brain feel tingly? It might be ASMR. ASMR, short for autonomous sensory meridian response, is often described as a pleasant tingling sensation that starts on the scalp […]