Some ASMR triggers used in this video include role playing, personal attention, soft speaking, zippers/zipping and scratching.
This soft spoken / whisper video showcases the actual bags I use on my trips, so along with relaxing you I hope this video helps your own travel packing endeavors.
If you’ve never seen an autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) video before it may be a bit weird at first, as ASMR is a phenomenon not everyone experiences; however, those of us who do know how powerful it can be for stress relief, inducing sleep and relaxation through whisper / soft speaking, gentle touches and tingle-worthy sounds. You can read more about ASMR here, as well as how I use it to relax on the road here.
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