ASMR | Cranial Nerve Examination (Medical Roleplay)



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Hello & Welcome to your Cranial Nerve Exam Medical Roleplay,

In this ASMR video I am your doctor performing a cranial nerve examination on you. This cranial nerve exam feels realistic because some things go wrong. In this cranial nerve exam I write some notes (writing sounds), perform a breathing exam with my stethoscope, give you a smell and taste test, then perform various other exams, such as an eye examination with a flash light and follow my fingers, a hearing test with whispered words, as well as testing your nerves and facial sensations. This is a realistic cranial nerve exam with various tests and examinations. There is a little hint at your next medical procedure at the end of the examination as I give you your results. In terms of ASMR sights and sounds this is a whispered medical exam with occasional soft spoken sounds and close up whispers. There is a lot of personal attention and tests, in a dark and relaxing environment, with medical latex gloves, and occasionally with flashlights during eye examinations, and other medical tools. If you would like to jump around I have provided timestamps.

Cranial Nerve Examination Timestamps:
0:00 - Introduction, Questions and Writing Sounds
1:38 - Breathing Test with Stethoscope
3:48 - Putting on Medical Latex Gloves
5:10 - Smell Test with Spray Sounds and Guessing Scents
9:05 - Taste Test with Dropper and Guessing Flavours
13:55 - Eye Examination and Vision Tests with Flashlights
19:40 - Hearing Test with Whispered Words
21:35 - Facial Sensation Test with Hard and Soft Object
22:20 - Physical Exercises
24:00 - Conclusion, Giving You Your Results!

What Is ASMR?
“ASMR stands for 'autonomous sensory meridian response’. People describe a deeply relaxing sensation with tingling in the scalp as a result of a certain stimulus—often a gentle sound. Some say the feeling cascades down their spine to their limbs". ASMR is triggered by things such as whispering, softly speaking, tapping, personal attention, accents, and other various triggers. I personally enjoy ASMR as entertainment, for relaxation, to help with sleep, and also to manage stress. Many people also use ASMR for comfort, and to feel less alone as well, which is a wonderful feeling of community and belonging. I hope you all feel welcome here.

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