ASMR-Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response(tingles, chills, goosebumps, brain orgasms, pleasant feeling in your head)

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ASMR-Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response(tingles, chills, goosebumps, brain orgasms, pleasant feeling in your head)

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I cannot believe no one has ever made an ASMR group here before. So here I am to spread the word and calm :) In this group we will discuss diferent topics about ASMR.

ASMR-Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: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


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I cannot believe no one has ever made an ASMR group here before. So here I am to spread the word and calm :) In this group we will discuss diferent topics about ASMR.

ASMR-Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: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.

Common external triggers:

Exposure to slow, accented, or unique speech patterns

Viewing educational or instructive videos or lectures

Experiencing a high empathetic or sympathetic reaction to an event

Enjoying a piece of art or music

Watching another person complete a task, often in a diligent, attentive manner - examples would be filling out a form, writing a check, going through a purse or bag, inspecting an item closely, etc.

Close, personal attention from another person

Haircuts, or other touch from another on head or back

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