Sounds of stardom: Celebrities with ASMR videos
April 9 is International ASMR Day
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ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response. We know what it is (even if you're unsure you do) because most of us have gotten it before. It’s a feeling we get that almost seems to happen at random. We may experience it when we’re being examined by a doctor or when we’re listening to a professor's explanations. It feels like a pleasant tingling sensation up our spine to the back of our necks. It feels euphoric!
It turns out that it’s caused by certain triggers such as whispering, the clanking of beads, and the sounds of certain textures. In response, a new genre of video and audio has emerged, which attempts to induce this pleasant feeling. Celebrities have even hopped on the trend.
To discover celebrity ASMR videos, click through this gallery.
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