Different Types Of ASMR Triggers
Here we are again, talking about the magical world of ASMR. If you read my last article, you probably have some questions about it. You might be wondering how you can experience that relaxing, tingly feeling. That’s why we’re here today, talking about the most common ASMR triggers.
First, what is a trigger? We call trigger every stimulus that can (guess what?) trigger the ASMR response. Reactions to triggers vary from person to person. Theoretically, anything can be a trigger. And when I say anything, I really mean it. You may get tingles from the sound of nails on a chalkboard and there would be nothing wrong with it, besides you being the Devil itself. There are some triggers, though, that can induce ASMR to almost everyone (nails on chalkboard are not included).
So, what are the most common triggers and how do they work?
probably the most popular triggers and the easiest to make. The difference between the two is that when you whisper your vocal cords are still, with the result of a soft breathy sound. Soft speaking, instead, consists in low-volume speaking, which is a bit louder than whispering, as you can imagine. Some ASMRtists can blend these two techniques.