Autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR, is the experience of tingling or static sensations through the scalp, neck and spine during an intentional or unintentional triggering from stimulus.
Within the last year, it’s become a pretty inescapable venture. Its popularity saw it being featured as a segment on YouTube Rewind 2018. It includes people whispering into microphones, or opening soda cans and even roleplaying – all to help others relax. If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, check out these ASMR artists.
Sas is one of the biggest ASMR channels on YouTube, with over 6 million subscribers. Sas’ videos combine the art of mukbang – the South Korean trend of eating in front of the camera – with ASMR triggers. She heavily features unusual foods, such as raw honeycomb and aloe vera, all designed to give you the best viewing experience.