Free Health Checkup for Wastelanders! (Fallout) (ASMR)

You find a new vault where its inhabitants provide free health treatments to all wanderers of the wasteland!

00:00:00 Intro / About the vault, its services & overseer
00:07:28 Health questionnaire Part 1 – Your history
00:08:37 Examining your Pip-Boy
00:17:10 Health questionnaire Part 2 – Current health
00:20:03 Health questionnaire Part 3 – Creatures
00:22:30 Health questionnaire Part 4 – Chems
00:24:46 Health questionnaire Part 5 – Conditions
00:26:15 Health questionnaire Part 6 – Diseases
00:28:36 Health questionnaire Part 7 – Mutations
00:30:59 Health Exam
00:33:35 Eye Exam
00:36:58 Hearing Test (Tuning Fork)
00:42:56 Experimental Treatment 1 – Mini nuke
00:48:15 Experimental Treatment 2 – Plastic Bottle Cap
00:52:38 Experimental Treatment 3 – Synth Hand
00:57:23 Experimental Treatment 4 – Deathclaw Gloves
01:02:00 Special Experimental Treatment

Side note: the vault number I used in this video is not related to any other vault with the same number. I thought I did enough research finding a unique vault number, even consulted the online Fallout wiki, but apparently it was also used in Fallout Shelter. Also, I wanted to actually create this vault in Fallout 4 using the Vault-Tec add on: I wanted to have an intro to this video of you the viewer in the actual game walking up to the vault, walking into it, etc., but I just didn’t have the time. Maybe for the next Fallout inspired video!Or maybe I’ll just do a video creating the vault. Lastly, the vault suit was created by me using coveralls, needle and thread, fabric glue, and yellow ribbon.

If you are new to “ASMR” and/or my channel, welcome aboard and thanks for dropping by! The majority of videos I create, often in an unorthodox manner, are meant to help you relax, sleep, hopefully experience ASMR, and any other use that might help you find some peace of mind, concentrate, study, decompress, etc.

What is ASMR?

ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It’s just a non-scientific, made-up term that a layperson came up with to describe the feeling characterized as a pleasant tingling sensation felt in various parts of the body (head, scalp, back, legs, etc.) in response to various visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, and/or cognitive stimuli, such as crinkling bags, hand movements, whispering, personal attention or watching someone perform a task. It’s like goosebumps, but much more pleasant and without the uncomfortable chills.

ASMR videos are meant to intentionally induce this sensation in the viewer, often referred to as “tingles”. However, the videos also serve to provide a relaxing, calming, comforting and soothing experience for people beyond ASMR purposes. Many people who do not experience ASMR still enjoy these videos.

I experienced ASMR all throughout my life but no longer do as of a couple years ago. However, I still enjoy creating these videos for anyone else that still experiences it or is just looking to relax, sleep, study, etc.

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