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5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

Looking for some YouTube channels for anxiety relief and relaxation? Check out our 5 favourite ASMR YouTubers for combatting your anxiety and insomnia.

ASMR YouTubers and ASMR as a whole, the newest online trend, are growing in popularity, especially those YouTubers whose content is based around helping you to fall asleep, to feel less anxious, and to relieve stress.

ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, is an experience that can some people feel tingles down their body, or otherwise just helps you calm down and breathe. While some avoid ASMR and find it cringeworthy, others swear by it for relaxation and anxiety relief.

If you enjoy ASMR, these are our top 5 ASMR YouTubers to help combat your anxiety and leave you feeling relaxed and pampered.

1. Olivia Kissper ASMR

Olivia Kissper ASMR has about 325,000 subscribers on YouTube and was born in the Czech Republic, and her accent is definitely part of the relaxing element in her videos. Unlike other ASMR YouTubers, she has a psychology background and consciousness studies, so many of her videos explore different techniques with tingles, meditation, and sleep hypnosis. She also has videos dedicated to sleep relaxation, spa roleplay, and roleplays for anxiety and sleep.

Olivia uploads weekly but also has over 400 uploads on her YouTube channel, so you definitely won’t run out of content with her videos. She also has another YouTube channel, Liv Unbound, which centres around self-improvement and changing your mind, not in the ASMR theme.

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

2. WhispersAudios ASMR

WhisperAudios ASMR is one of the more unknown ASMR YouTubers with 106,000 subscribers, but she posts about twice a week and her channel should not go unmentioned on this list. WhispersAudios is from Dorset in the UK and does one simple ASMR video and one ASMR roleplays videos each week, along with a live ASMR hangout every month.

Some of her notable uploads include her series, Dr Hastings, with doctor, roleplays, monthly favourite videos, and vampire roleplay videos.

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

3. GwenGwiz ASMR

GwenGwiz ASMR is not one of the most frequent ASMR YouTubers, posting twice a week, but she also does videos on her channels akin to beauty gurus like try-on hauls, makeup routines, and beauty favourites, all in the theme of ASMR.

Gwen is Canadian and has over nearly 400,000 subscribers on YouTube, as well as a second channel for non-ASMR videos and an aesthetic Instagram feed. Some other ASMR videos include spa, medical, and big sister roleplays, and her style is sure to relax you.

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

4. ASMR Glow

One of the most popular ASMR YouTubers, and the most subscribed one on this list at 842,000 subscribers, ASMR Glow was born in Israel and posts videos twice a week on her channel. She often posts videos under the theme of ASMR triggers, “taking care of you” roleplays, and French ASMR videos, which will definitely help you fall asleep if you don’t speak French.

She’s also known for her interesting makeup looks, which can be found on her Instagram and seen below, and these often appear in her videos especially in alien-themed roleplays.

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

5. WhispersRed ASMR

WhispersRed ASMR has over 737,000 subscribers on YouTube and is definitely one of the older ASMR YouTubers. She prides herself on being a YouTube mum and hails from London.

Her videos are definitely creative and long in length, with some examples including skincare routines, cacao bean tapping, nail polish spa roleplay, and Bob Ross themed videos. However, she also does typical ASMR videos centred around anxiety, sleep meditation, and doctor roleplay examinations. Her most viewed videos include hair brushing, back-tracing, doctor visits, massages, and haircut roleplay.

5 Best ASMR YouTubers To Help Combat Your Anxiety

Who are some of your favourite ASMR YouTubers? Do you find ASMR relaxing or cringeworthy? Let us know in the comments below!

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