The majority of the ASMR community online is focused on ASMR videos. These are videos which are designed specifically for triggering people’s ASMR. They are often very relaxing, even if they don’t trigger your ASMR reaction. Most of the videos you will easily find on You Tube are what is called intentional ASMR videos, but there are also unintentional videos. Unintentional videos are videos that were originally made for another purpose but just happen to provide ASMR triggers for some people. Many ASMR video creators are expert at creating guided meditations, however production values vary greatly from video shot from iPhone cameras to complete 3D sounds and special effects.
You Tube ASMR Videos
Like all online video You Tube is probably the major source. Some of my favorite ASMR video producers include pigsbum53, GentleWhispering, TheOneLilium although there are many more. A simple You Tube search for ASMR produces a huge number of results, and if you add in a specific trigger you can get almost any ASMR video you could dream of.
Common Themes in ASMR Videos
Their are many video styles that you will find repeat quite often in the ASMR community, often with a slightly different take. Here are some collections we have put together for you.
- Cranial Nerve Exams – we look at what a cranial nerve exam actual is, and round up a list of the best cranial nerve exam videos for ASMR, including both intentional and unintentional versions.
Other Sources of ASMR Videos
- ASMR SubReddit - This is one of the main hubs of communication for the ASMR community online. People share both intential and unintential videos as they find them online, and a voting system determines which are most popular at any one time.
- SootheTube – This site is a database and collect of many ASMR videos from across the web, all arranged into categories so you can easily find what you are looking for.
- ASMR Hub – Another great collection of ASMR videos neatly arranged into categories with a well designed system to navigate between them.
- ASMR Studio – This site aggregate ASMR videos that I probably wouldn’t have found otherwise. They also offer resources for the creators of videos to submit their own and set up individual mini-sites, well worth a look.
- Tyngli – Answer some questions and get ASMR videos that hit your triggers recommended, like Pandora for ASMR.