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Quote: Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a physical sensation characterized by a pleasurable tingling that typically begins in the head and scalp, and often moves down the spine and through the limbs.

Most ASMR episodes begin by an external or internal trigger, and are so divided for classification. Type A episodes are elicited by the experiencer using no external stimuli, and are typically achieved by specific thought patterns unique to the individual. Type B episodes are triggered involuntarily by an external trigger, via one or more senses, and may also involve specific thought patterns associated with the triggering event. Both types of triggers vary between individuals, but many are common to a large portion of ASMR enjoyers.

Anyone else here experience this? I get it when I listen to
people whisper, and little noises. I find listening to it helps me
sleep at night, and I'll play sounds while I work on projects for
school. I'm making a YouTube playlist of videos that trigger my
ASMR. I'm a type B, obviously. Just wondering if anyone else
here was experiencing it.

Playlist Link: ASMR Playlist
While you're at it, go to webmd.com and search tingling, then post that.
What, you mean GBS? Cause that has to do with hands and feet.


OP I get the tingles sometimes. Goosebumps when music is on, but tingles, shivers, and body bubbling, or body tingling when I watch ASMR videos. http://www.asmrstudio.com has good videos.
The fuck is this