ASMR 10 Triggers to Help You Sleep β™₯

1:20 Brushing the mic
4:22 Tapping plastic container
6:49 Whispering about/tapping vase
10:17 Tapping/flipping through book
13:26 Sticky tape sounds
15:48 Tapping mason jar
16:50 Pouring/playing with water
19:46 Playing with matches
24:00 Haircut (Scissor sounds)
25:59 Coins in a bowl
28:03 Tapping/scratching sounds ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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What is ASMR? Here’s my definition:

ASMR is not a medical treatment. ASMR is meant to induce tingles, relaxation, and sleep. Although it may make you feel better, it has not been proven to fix any mental health issues or conditions you may have. If you need help, PLEASE seek a professional. Here are a few links that can help you:

-Mental Health Information
-Women's Health
-Suicide Prevention
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