SAS students and teachers try ASMR

This article was written for my school newspaper, The Eye. 

An acronym for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, the sole purpose of ASMR is to relax people through their auditory senses. It reportedly helps people with insomnia, depression, anxiety, or is simply pleasing to listen to. The ASMR community on Youtube continues to grow in popularity, but will ASMR find the same success at SAS?

Author: Chloe Venn

Chloe Venn is a junior and a second year reporter for The Eye. She’s from California and South Africa, but was born and raised in Singapore. She enjoys all kinds of movies, loves rainstorms, and has a terrible taste in music. Filmmaking, writing and learning Mandarin are her favorite subjects. You can contact her at: venn19557@sas.edu.sg

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