If you struggle to fall asleep at night, there are new sounds to help. ASMR is an abbreviation for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It relaxes your mind though gentle noises like breathing, whispering, or music.
ASMR is good for your health, according to research. It curbs stress and creates positive feelings. For many, it’s even a cure for insomnia.
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- Winter Whale ASMR: Soothe your soul with ambient sounds from daily life and nature. Choose from waves on the shore, trains, wind, forests, or falling rain.
- Peaceful Cuisine: Feast on a channel for fans of cooking. Slicing, chopping, grinding, and pounding sounds combine with music to put you in a peaceful kitchen in a warm home.
- SAS-ASMR: The sounds of food and chewing work magic to calm your mind, enhance your concentration, and boost your appetite.