[ASMR]: Everything Science Knows So Far

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We’ve all seen those ASMR videos circulating the internet. But what exactly is ASMR, and what’s happening in our brains?

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Why Is My Brain Tingling?
“ASMR, short for autonomous sensory meridian response, is a pleasant feeling caused by certain auditory or sensory stimuli. ASMR enthusiasts call these sensations “tingles,” or “brain bubbles,” since they are mostly felt in the head and down the spine, and produce a sense of deep relaxation.”

What is ASMR? That Good Tingly Feeling No One Can Explain
“Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a tingling feeling on your scalp and brain that slowly moves down your neck and spine. Many find these triggers pleasurable and relaxing, but, what does ASMR mean, and why do people like it so much?”

Test Your Sensitivity to Asmr With This Skin-tingling Sound Generator
“If videos aren’t your thing and you want all the chilling without the uneasy eye contact with a YouTube personality, you can now mix your own ASMR sounds with the ASMRION generator. The tool lets you mix and match and adjust the volume on eight different popular ASMR sounds.”


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[ASMR]: Everything Science Knows So Far

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