Writer: Barrat, Emma L. & Davis, Nick J.
Source: Distributed under Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 by the Department of Psychology, Swansea University, Swansea, United Kingdom

Content:
ASMR needs to be triggered by different practises (or productions) of sounds. The scientists in the UK named and prioritised these triggers, and evaluated their uses in terms of chronic pain and pain relief, mood changes and some form of meditation (as referred to with “flow-state”). Interestingly, there are different experiences of ASMR, which depends on the listening person. We chose the most effective ASMR triggers for our tonics to assure an effect for every person. The outcome of ASMR is a tinkling feeling, which produces the mentioned positive effects.

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