Polls about ASMR

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94 thoughts on “Polls about ASMR

  1. You know how sharks enter a state of paralysis of some sorts, when flipped over. Well, that is exactly how still I remain when I hear a soothing whispering voice. I’m almost 28 and it’s been happening to me ever since I can remember. What a joyful feeling!

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  2. hello! i assume that when we speak about asmr we are referring to something distinguishable from the ‘chills’ feeling some people experience when listening to a familiar/enjoyable piece of music?

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    • That’s correct, I experience both chills and ASMR. ASMR for me feels a lot like an orgasm experienced inside my head. It’s a very pleasurable and pleasant sensation.

      Chills on the other hand are experienced as a “wave” of goose bumps that pass through me upon hearing certain music, or seeing certain displays of talent.

      Hope this helped!

      ciao,

      Dommy

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      • You explain the diffferences between the two very well! When I first told my husband I had ASMR he thought I was talking about chills and said he gets it to but I told him my ASMR is 95% all my brain/head and has a “orgasm” like feeling. After I told him that he said he definitely doesn’t have it – haha!

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  3. Hello Fellow ASMR folks! My name is Keely and I am 29 years old, I remember my first experience with ASMR at the age of 5. It was late at night and I woke up to tingling sensations all over my body caused by the sound of the washer and dryer going at the same time. Ever since that day I noticed sounds and voices are triggers. In 2014 I learned what ASMR was and was so happy to find out that there are more people just like me. Feeling Blessed and Tingly

    Warm Regards,

    Keely Kapsoff

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  4. I have noticed this since I was very young when someone would read to me. I am now 31 and it hit me today, that is when I decided to look into it. I was actually on the phone with an individual who was deep in thought while looking into something. The subtle thoughts under the breath triggered it. Before that the last time I could think of was when someone was taking the time to explain the details of a camera and how to take different pictures.

    Art class lectures also triggered me a few times. I could probably go on some more… either way I am rather interested in why this happens.

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    • I also forgot about eye exams. Every time the doctor looks deep in my eye during the exam it would trigger. I think this might still be triggered by the deep thought the doctor was in…

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  5. Well, if even horses like “whispering”, why should human beeings not? I think we like it so well, because today we all need (more) attention and tenderness in life, and still we all “know” this unconditional behavior as we were little babies from our mothers, it’s placed ineradicable in our earliest memories.

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