Insomnia Cures – ASMR can help cure your insomnia

Have you been searching for an insomnia cure? Do you have trouble sleeping night after night? Whilst there are many different perspectives on insomnia cures, if you experience ASMR (what’s ASMR?) and insomnia then you should defiantly look into trying it out as an insomnia cure. Since in many ways ASMR videos are simply guided meditations they can be very relaxing, and the tingles provide further distraction from any thing that might be preventing you from sleeping.

There are many ASMR videos design specifically to help you with insomnia and put you to sleep, some of my favorites are below. The best way to do it is to lye on your bed with the laptop showing the video beside you. Usually the relaxing ASMR effect is best felt through the use of headphones, however some people have trouble getting to sleep wearing headphones, so this is entirely up to you. My recommendation is to get yourself a pair of SleepPhones which are headphones designed specifically to be comfortable to sleep in.

If you don’t like having your laptop in bed, perhaps you would prefer to listen to just listen to the audio of the ASMR videos. Or alternatively there are sleep meditation tracks that you can download from Brain Sync that are designed to help you get to sleep and cure your insomnia.

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Thee are just some examples of videos that are designed to help you sleep, but most ASMR videos that include your personal triggers, and that you find relaxing will probably help you sleep.

None of these ASMR Triggers work for you?

Orgasmatron - an alternative ASMR trigger

Not everybody experiences ASMR, so it could be you fall into this group. Alternatively your triggers might simply be more obscure. If you can’t find anything that triggers the ASMR sensation for you, the only other way (that I know of) to experience the sensation is with a head massaging tool called the orgasmatron. Personally this produces tingles that are much more intense than any other ASMR trigger for me.  It is also a great way to explain the ASMR sensation to other people. They’re really cheap too.

  • Emma Bain

    I think it can do but for people like me where the experience of the sleepyness and being relaxed lasts a couple of days it may be more difficult curing insomnia because i can’t experience it every day, it’s too much… but it has been making me do things like wrapping my sheet around me for comfort so that it may relax me and make me feel sleepy after a while, i NEVER do that lol but for some reason i’ve been wanting to do more to make me feel comfortable.

    I only just really understood what the tingly/shivery feelings really meant late sunday night though (early morning monday), i watched 1 video and already i’m seeing the results… last night i started falling asleep more than 2 hours earlier than all the previous nights, the odd night i did go to bed at 6am while others 7:30am or sometimes 8am (average 7:30am, yes… my sleeping is messed up), i started falling asleep at 5:15am lol finally going to bed at 5:45am, i think i took less time finally going into a deep sleep too i don’t think by much though…

    I tend to slowly… dose off within an hour, i try to fight the sleep while my mind completely relaxes, i move around a bit, open my eyes then they close till finally i’m gone lol happens every night no matter what my sleep shedual it’s just how long my mind takes to completely relax even without distractions. Watching ASMR videos of the things that triggure me though is definitely already showing results without a doubt, right now it’s 4:32am, haven’t watched a video all day again ether but i turned my light off, put my sheet aroud me about 15 miins ago and i’m already feeling sleepy lol totally weird, but i don’t know to what extent it can help me. If it could help me a lot i think it’s best to slowly… do it over time because it’s a powerful experience and not everyone can experience it every day without overloading themselves.

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