ASMR Cranial Nerve Examination Relaxation Center [Without Head Massage]

by: Marno ASMR     Published on: 27 September 2018

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Version with head massage sounds: "Sophia" around makes more sense in that one. Bless her.The biggest influences for this video:Cosmic Tingles ASMR: ASMR: have watched about 200 cranial nerve exams, but Cosmic Tingles' video knocks me out every time)Thanks for watching!_______________________________________________________________Social stuff\(^○^)人(^○^)/@marnoasmrPatreon: [email protected] _______________________________________________________________Seeking Counseling? Try online: using my BetterHelp referral link you are supporting this channel. I receive commissions on any sales, but I also use this service myself and fully support them. Talking to a professional is the best and I recommend it to everyone!_______________________________________________________________Last video I fell asleep to:Jojo's ASMR: use ASMR for different reasons, but I try to make every video one that you can fall asleep to (you're more than welcome to watch for whatever reason you like though!). I specifically make videos for people who have an overactive mind, adhd, anxiety, insomnia, depression, or are actively stressed. I believe the neurochemicals in all of these mental states look very similar and my style of ASMR aims to bring balance to those neurochemicals. I'm not a neurologist, psychologist, or professional of any medical/science field whatsoever. I just have a lot of experience with stress, anxiety, and adhd so I perceive the world and ASMR through that lens. So, if you like faster asmr with a variety of sounds and triggers in every video, then you should hopefully enjoy these videos... and if you have adhd, anxiety, insomnia, depression, or are actively stressed then I hope you can find relief here. _________________________________________________________________What is ASMR?Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) is a term used for an experience characterized by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. It has been compared with auditory-tactile synesthesia. ASMR signifies the subjective experience of "low-grade euphoria" characterized by "a combination of positive feelings and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin". It is most commonly triggered by specific acoustic (tapping/brushing/whispering) and visual stimulation (hand movements/lights/etc)