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    Breathe in. Breathe out.
    ASMR is one of the most unlikely YouTube trends in recent years, but we're all for it. ASMR stands for "autonomous sensory meridian response," and is a sort of relaxing, almost uncanny paresthesia sensation often typified by tingling along the scalp, neck, or spine. The ASMR YouTube subgenre spawned a huge range of relaxing videos hunting down various types of "trigger" actions, from waving hands, to different types of sounds, or even just simple whispering.

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