Helping You Escape The Backrooms - ASMR | (Examination, Medical, Personal Attention)

Hi Shan-anigans!! I hope you all are having a wonderful day or night! As you all know I love all things horror and creepy pasta, so when I heard of the backrooms I was obviously intrigued.

I started playing a game on my Twitch Streams called: The Backrooms 1998, and from there it inspired this video!

If you haven't heard of The Backrooms, you can find more information on it here:

Another lovely ASMRtists Kaya actually a few weeks ago, released a video explaining the backrooms. So if you want a tingly and relaxing explanation you can find that here:

A short TL:DR version of it is, that is is a place where people can clip out of our universe and end up. It is what appears to be an abandon, empty, yellow office space with moist carpets. It is like a maze and never ending, and things may lurk inside....

If you are interested in the backrooms an ASMRtists named: Golden Experience ASMR does a lot of backroom themed videos! You can find their most recent one here:

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God bless lovelies and sleep well!!


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What is ASMR?

ASMR stands for: Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. This is just a fancy name for a tingly or calming sensation caused by different sounds/visuals that we call "triggers". Most people have their favorite type of "triggers" that help cause the sensation. Whether it be visual like lights moving, hand gestures etc. or sounds such as whispering, soft speaking, tongue clicking and more. ASMR typically will cause a tingly sensation in people that starts at the head and moves down the neck and to the shoulders. However, if you don't experience this sensation it doesn't mean ASMR isn't for you! ASMR is great for helping people calm down, de-stress, relax, helps with anxiety, depression, insomnia and so much more!!
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