ASMR

ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) is a euphoric 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, precipitating relaxationWikipedia

I create ASMR videos to provide people with a safe space to relax, fall asleep and feel comfort.

I alternate between using 3Dio and Blue Yeti microphones. In my past YouTube videos, I used a Canon T3i to film but now I use a Sony A6000.

Although I’ve been increasing my efforts to mix it up a bit more, I do have a lot of videos on my channel centered around make-up but I also have a ton of other videos for people who are not into beauty. Make sure to check them out! The “other videos” link will take you to a playlist full of ASMR doctor roleplays, rambles and videos about triggers.

I began creating ASMR videos on YouTube shortly after I began watching them.  One of AppreciateASMR’s videos was the first one I ever watched and I felt instantly hooked. A cool way to ease my anxiety and help me fall asleep?! Yes, please. I posted my first YouTube video in July 2013 and the rest is history. Although I experienced some backlash from creating ASMR content in my personal life, I wouldn’t change a thing. I believe in ASMR and its ability to increase the quality of people’s life and am proud of the community and how far we have come