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Does ASMR really help in sleeping?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Apr 05, 2020

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E. James

E. James

Answered Feb 28, 2020

The correct answer to this question is Yes. Many people who have experienced ASMR have attributed it to help them sleep better at night. A reason for this would be that ASMR makes a person feel more relaxed due to being triggered. Those triggers can include listening to a soft song or watching a quiet video.

When ASMR occurs, it can bring peace to one's body, which will help them sleep better. Not only does ASMR help with sleeping, but it also helps with ridding the body of anxiety or depression, because it helps the person to be calm. It also will help the person be more productive because they are rested.
 

E.Evelyn

E.Evelyn

Answered Jan 24, 2020

There have been so many testimonies from those who experience ASMR about how ASMR helps in promoting their sleep. The tingling sensation that is experienced whenever you're exposed to ASMR triggers is what induces sleep in people. The possibility of this fact is the reason why those who are battling with insomnia spend so much time watching videos that can trigger the feeling in them. The tingling sensation starts from your head and to the back of your neck, and gradually moves to other parts of the body in some cases.

ASMR brings about a positive feeling which makes you feel relaxed whenever you're exposed to its triggers. In most cases, it helps you get rid of depression and anxiety; as a result, you start feeling sleepy. ASMR videos are on YouTube. A perfect example of what you might see in those videos is someone who is trying to creating a quiet sound just by flipping through the pages of a newspaper.

 

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