[Voices of ASMR] What does ASMR feel like?

Based on your ASMR experiences…

Explain what ASMR feels like to you, include details like:

  • What physical sensations do you feel?
  • Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
  • What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
  • How strong are the sensations?
  • How long does it last?

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40 thoughts on “[Voices of ASMR] What does ASMR feel like?

  1. The first time I realized that this feeling that I get had a name and that other people experienced it too, was on a 3 hour drive home one Sunday listening to NPR’s This American Life: Tribes. Andrea Seigel described the sensation she felt and it perfectly described it for me …
    “… it was like starbursts in my head. Starbursts that open on the crown and then sparkle down at the nape like this warm, glittering water rushing under your scalp.”

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  2. please need to know whats the name of this.bybthis mean i can trigger this feelings whiout any external source. Im capable since i was a kid. In just found out theres people who feels these but whit external input thats not my case i cant trigger what they describe but just whanting to do so. How is that call? Please tell me.

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  3. It starts from the back of my head, like everyone else says. Then goes down to my arms and sometimes to my calves. It makes me get very relaxed. Of course, ASMR videos trigger it, but when people whisper for a while to me or when the back of my head is touched in a certain way (my friends call me a cat because rubbing it relaxes me). As for how long it lasts, it lasts a while after the feeling ends.

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  4. This is so cool, wow.

    Never was able to explain this growing.

    I experience the below:

    -Tingling starts off strong then varies in strength
    -I feel it at the crown of my head and it makes its way down to my ears, neck, back (spine), shoulders, arms, down to my calves, in the calf area I usually feel the same thing after drinking a couple glasses of wine
    -My body loosens imensely (again, like after drinking wine)
    -Often it makes me feel cold and get chilly
    -I start laughing uncontrollably sometimes or I smile throughout the experience
    -I get sleepy and my eyes start closing
    -My body becomes sensitive, not in a sexual way
    -It’s triggered by certain touches, like when I am getting my hair cut or during a massage
    -When someone speaks in a soft voice
    -When someone is making very meticulous and slow movements that are often repeated
    -Make up tutorials often trigger my ASMR, back rubs (very gentle and light finger strokes)
    -It lasts for extended periods of time varying in strengths, comes and goes

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  5. When I get triggered to experience ASMR, it starts very sudden. It’s a tingling sensation, that comes from the back of my head, spreads all over my head and sometimes travels down into my upper arms and/or my upper back. It feels warm and very pleasant, and though the feeling itself is mostly on my head, it has effects on my whole body. I feel very relaxed, not tired or sleepy, but almost like in trance. The duration can be very different depending on the trigger, but it can last a few minutes. When I move or speak or concentrate on something different it often vanishes, so I have to keep still. The strength of the experience also variates from a very strong feeling (and the above mentioned trance-like state) to just a few nice relaxing seconds.

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  6. Mine begins with tingling sensation on my head than spreads to my ears..its just really hard to explain but its the most amazing feeling! I remember in my childhood when someone touched or played with my hair id feel it, and now when certain people speak or say certain stuff that make me happy id feel it too. It would also occur while watching someone get a massage at a spa and at some point I would watch vids on uTube of people being massaged before I go to bed & id fall to sleep..I’m glad Im not the only one lol 😁

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  7. Since I was a kid ii would have my brother make eating sounds as i erased a painted screen on a Commodore 64 drawing program. I got strong asmr from it. My favorites now are kluna tik and I get super sleepy to where I can’t fight it and strong chills all through my body. I use it to control pain.

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  8. I would describe ASMR as a light, peaceful euphoria. There is a warmth and a lightness that starts in my chest and spreads out, sometimes accompanied by tingles on the surface of my skin. The stronger the response, the further it spreads and the more I tingle. The physical sensation is ends almost immediately with the stimulus, but the euphoria and peaceful calm can last for several minutes afterwards. ASMR can also really relax me for hours.

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  9. With me, it’s the videos that depict someone who appears to be genuinely into whatever they are doing,speaking softly yet crisply in a lower and slower tone and running their hands across objects and surfaces and almost accidentally creating rustles and crinkles.
    The sensation for me (since childhood) is more of a deep radiating warmth from within my solar plexus that extends upwards and outwards and is extremely soothing and can send me to sleep rather quickly.
    No tingles down spine etc, but just a different response that has been with me since childhood. Someone touching me to adjust a collar or talking in certain tones could make it happen and sometimes I feared it was a weird form of epilepsy or I was just weird. How relieved I was when I discovered others shared my secret experiences and how happy to have a smorgasboard awaiting me on You Tube!

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  10. For me, I experience ASMR from pretty much every trigger. As for what it feels like, for me it’s very very relaxing, the sensations I get are normally in the back of my head, and around my shoulders and ears. If it’s a really good video, It will make my head feel like its pusling (in a good way lol). They aren’t too strong for me unless its a really good video. The sensations last for the entire video as soon as it starts, but the relaxing part of it lasts almost all day.. I really love ASMR.

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  11. I feel like I’m the only one who feels like this about ASMR, but I’m gonna say it anyway, because I don’t know what is this.

    What physical sensations do you feel?
    A tingling sensation that is just the slightest bit unpleasant yet o,ddly addictive, due to it’s softness probably triggering my curiosity, my head feels heavy and sometimes I get a chill running down my spine.

    Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    On the back of my neck, my head and spine.

    What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
    Uneasyness, it makes me a little anxious, and yet I want to keep feeling it and to make it strong enough to be able to define what it is, or what I think about it.

    How strong are the sensations?
    Really mild. Sometimes a hard tingling and chills, sometimes almost nothing at all.

    How long does it last?
    Not that long, really.

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  12. At first I detect warmth of gently increasing magnitude in my neck and back of my head. I can’t help but to smile. The sensation becomes more intense and transforms into a tingling feeling, again of a gently increasing magnitude. The tingling becomes more dynamic, not at all unpleasant, not like your foot falling asleep; but more energized. Sometimes, the tingles are so overwhelming that they start to itch a little- again, not in an pleasant way, though sometimes I can’t help but scratch the back of my head in response(which magnifies the sensation). I usually sigh, which sets me in an extreme state of relaxation. Mentally, I feel calm and safe. Emotionally, I feel loved or cared for. I am 36 now, and it always makes me feel like a small boy again- in a humbling sort of way, as if I were in the presence of a God or Goddess (which is strange as I have atheistic inclinations). I always feel comforted with a profound sense of gratitude for whomever is triggering the response.
    My biggest triggers include unexpected help- like someone is doing something nice for me for completely altruistic reasons: perhaps building something for me or preparing something; Instructional speaking- like the Bob Ross painting lessons; touching in a grooming type situation (haircuts, shampoos); or if someone is singing to me.
    Sometimes it only lasts a few seconds, most of the time it might last a minute or two. As soon as I realize it is happening, and that I don’t want the feeling to end, it starts to subside. I think my own anxiety over losing it makes it go away faster- kind of like when you have an exhilarating dream about flying only realize you’re flying and get scared and fall to the earth, thus waking up.
    If I just lose myself in the moment and stop thinking about it I will become almost catatonic, paralyzed by feelings of euphoria and good will. It is best to just bathe in the light of the moment and appreciate it.

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  13. With music, it’s fullbody goosebumps and tingles, super satisfying, like the opposite of nails on a chalkboard. With ASMR videos, it’s a little different. Have you ever felt a bristling feeling as a bug flew past your ear? It’s like that, but way nicer. I experience ASMR during videos only via my right ear (and I have great hearing in both), and on my right side. It feels like a weird tingle in my back, right above my butt, kind of anticipatory, like the feeling you have when you know you’re about to be tickled. At its strongest, I literally get muscle contractions I can’t control in my lower back. Just one, in response to a trigger, which only repeats when the trigger repeats. It’s kind of like an orgasm, except it’s really hard to get spent, and there is no rest period after. It just kind of goes along with the trigger.

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  14. I wrote this description a couple years before I even knew that ASMR was a “thing”, to try and put down in words the “tranquil fuzzy feeling” that I had experienced since I was 9:
    ‘First a sensation like my scalp is contracting or expanding (or maybe both at the same time). Then a fuzzy tingle — fuzzy in the sense of a limb waking from sleep, but without the discomfort and with all the euphoria. The scalp pulses, the tingle pulses, like a massage in my brain and down the back of my neck.’
    I would add that I often also feel the sensation across my shoulders, down my arms, on my thighs, and at my lower back. But it definitely originates at the top of the scalp, and down the back and sides of the head. It is tingly and radiates a feeling of coolness, like a pleasant shiver or goosebumps. The whole thing is incredibly relaxing, almost tranquilizing at times. I feel comfortable, secure, and a little drowsy.
    The intensity of the sensations depends on the stimulus. Sometimes I only feel a slight tingle for a few seconds, and other times I feel an extended series of tingles for a few minutes. The fuzzy feelings seem to come in waves especially if the ASMR is the result of an extended exposure to someone whose voice and presence are an especially strong trigger (either in real life or in a video).

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  15. -What physical sensations do you feel?
    It’s a tingling feeling similar to goosebumps just before the goosebumps physically appear on your skin, but it can last anywhere from a split second to a few minutes and it usually feels like a cool ripple flowing through my body from one origin spot. sometimes there is very minimal or no tingles, but a light, levitating feeling in my brain that is really hard to describe.

    -Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    I can feel them all over my body but they typically originate at the nape of my neck and flow outwards from there. Sometimes the ripples stop at my ribs but other times they flow all the way to my toes.

    -What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
    I feel instantly calmer and more emotionally balanced. I feel relaxed but also extremely focused. certain triggers help me to be more productive and I find that having asmr audio on in the background increases my work output (this includes both physical labor and things like paperwork) nearly double than without it.

    -How strong are the sensations?
    This really depends on a lot of factors, like how bad my mood was to begin with, the environment I’m in, what sort of triggers are involved and if they are video, audio, in-person, or a combination of them. I find that the strongest sensations are triggered while listening to asmr-specific audio through headphones in a public place that is not too hectic such as an uncrowded subway car or a cafe. Under those conditions, on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the strongest I’ve ever felt, I get a pretty consistent 8-9.

    -How long does it last?
    The actual tingles generally don’t last very long, but they can come in waves in close succession. The longest I’ve experienced these waves for was a couple of minutes so long as whatever triggered them hasn’t stopped. The residual effects, however, last much longer. A 1-hour ASMR video is generally enough to perk me up to get through the rest of the day on days that I am feeling depressed or anxious so long as the depression/anxiety is not too severe.

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  16. While everyone of course internalizes the sensation of ASMR a little differently, for us it is a neurological stimulation that is triggered by a combination of audio and visual stimuli resulting in a pleasurable nerve sensation across the scalp and occasionally the entire body.

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  17. -What physical sensations do you feel?
    The tingles feel like goosebumps, only in a good way.

    -Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    I’ve read a lot of comments that people mostly get them on/in their head, but for me I get them mostly on my thighs and legs! I get them on my head too, and torso etc, but mostly on my thighs and legs.

    -What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
    I’m not sure how to answer this question as it’s mostly a physical sensation, but it does feel relaxing and makes me sleepy. I also find it hard to focus on anything else that is happening in that moment.

    -How strong are the sensations?
    The tingles can be everything from very light to very strong.

    -How long does it last?
    The tingles lasts only a couple of seconds each, but the relaxing and sleepy sensation can last a long time.

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  18. The sensation for me is hard to describe. It reminds me very much of the pleasurable feeling when someone lightly runs their fingers along your back, or plays with your hair, but this physical sensation is triggered without any physical touch at all. It’s primarily in the back of my head and neck, though sometimes it can spread further down my back. It’s warm and comforting.

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  19. Random/spontaneous ASMR moments (no identifiable trigger) happen when I’m relaxed, and always start at the crown of my head, on the ‘crown chakra’. It feels as though a warm slightly fuzzy, tingling energy wells up through this point and then flows down over my head, neck and shoulders. I’ve had these sensations randomly all my life (I’m 65 now).

    I’ve only recently discovered that there’s a ‘thing’ called ASMR, and I guess these sensations fall into the ASMR category. I’ve just been exploring some of the videos and the one that has the strongest effect is the towel folding, specifically the slightly rasping sound of stroking the towels. This produces a tingling sensation that starts at the back of my head, low down on the skull, in a horseshoe pattern level with my ears – which then spreads outwards from there.

    Last night on UK TV there was a Norwegian ‘slow TV’ programme of a Sami sleigh journey: no commentary or music, just the natural sounds as reindeer pulled a laden sleigh over snow. The crunchy snow sounds produced a mild effect – just like the towels description above, but starting higher up on the back of my skull, level with my temples. The sensation was stronger when I closed my eyes and just listened, without the images. There seemed to be two reasons for that: (1) the sight of the expanse of cold snow seemed to dampen down the ‘warmth’ of the ASMR sensation; (2) one of the reindeer was being awkward, didn’t want to be in harness, and I found that interesting, but distracting from the ASMR sensation!

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  20. What physical sensations do you feel?
    I get ASMR in varying degrees of “severity”. Sometimes the effect can be as simple as just a relaxed state where I just feel my anxiety sort of “wash” away from me, othertimes it is much more strong and involves goosebumps, a “warm chill” type sensation, or even in some cases a very slight twitching of the lower back muscles. A typical sensation is somewhere in the middle – usually it will reduce my anxiety greatly within 1-2 minutes and it will cause a mild warm chill or “tingle” sensation. In my mind I associate this with relaxation and it feels very linked to personal attention in some way I cannot fully explain. Alternatively, I also have reason to believe it may be associated with either dopamine or serotonin or possibly even endorphins or some sort.

    Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    Typically the feeling starts from the tiny area directly above my spine and creeps outwards across my shoulders and down my back. It seems that the “stronger” the tingle / trigger the more intense this feeling is and the further it travels. As mentioned above, in some cases (for trigger types that I enjoy or when I have not experienced ASMR in a few days) the sensation will reach the very bottom of my back, just above where your kidneys are located, and it will cause the muslces there to twitch but in a very relaxing and enjoyable way.

    What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
    Immediately after this feeling I begin to relax, it has even been able to take me out of my worst panic attacks in minutes (usually less than 1-2 minutes). I find that these feelings are quite pleasurable, in a particularly emotional/personal way. Imagine it like you are a baby who is being cradled by your mother, it feels like that. Just perfectly comfortable and relaxed with a marked decrease in heart rate, anxiety, and negative thinking/”worry loops”. Emotionally I equate the feeling to the same types of feelings I get when I am studying/learning from someone in a personal manner or when I am being comforted by a personal friend, however these are just the types of feelings and are not necessarily the same.

    How strong are the sensations?
    This varys to a high degree. It seems like the more time I listen to ASMR-related trigger words/videos (etc) over the day the less intense the feeling gets. It also seems like taking time away from ASMR can increase the feeling upon next listen. Also, I have noticed that some videos originally trigger me very very hard on first hear (as if it is stronger when the sounds are not expected/remembered) and after repeat views they gradually get less and less strong (even with breaks in between this remains true, which is why I always seek out new youtube channels or new videos)

    How long does it last?
    Typically it will last as long as I am being triggered, only the intesity changes over time. I have not tested to the extreme, but even over courses of multiple hours at work listening to relaxing ASMR videos I remain capable of experiencing ASMR, it just gradually reduces the longer the listen.

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  21. Asmr without tingles is the sensation of getting a massage or someone singing a lullaby, asmr with tingles for me is a goosebump shivering sensation around my back thats relaxing and pleasurable.

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  22. I feel tingles on the top of my head and down my spine. It feels relaxing and good, I feel at ease. If someone triggers my asmr in person, the sensation is quite strong. If I’m watching an asmr video, I barley get the asmr tingles. In person, the tingles will last as long as the person is whispering, making crinkly noises or whatever triggers my asmr.

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  23. I feel two kinds of sensation. One is a tingling pulse from behind the effected ear, sometimes accompanied by a muscle contraction or shiver. It goes down my neck, and it can reach all the way through my buttocks, depending on the strength of the trigger. This sensation lasts as long as the trigger persists. The sensations increase in power the closer the trigger gets to my ear canal, and can include whispers, blowing into the ear, cutting sounds, tapping, light humming, and electric razors. The other is a feeling of euphoria, similar to a post-orgasmic glow, that settles into my stomach; this is usually triggered by close attention, as with a haircut or eye exam. It can also be triggered by observing some mundane quiet tasks performed by others, like reading or fiddling with tools. This feeling can last for minutes after the triggering activity ends.

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  24. What physical sensations do you feel?
    Usually it’s the tingling, though on occasion it’s a feeling of overall warmth throughout my Body (as was the very first time).

    Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    Tingles occur in my head and sometimes in the back of my neck; as mentioned above the warmth is a thing everywhere.

    What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
    It depends upon the video and the artist: if it’s something to do with personal care (i.e., a roleplay involving being tended to when sick or helped out when feeling hurt) it makes me feel loved. If it has to do with teaching about something I try to absorb the information. And if it’s a ramble video I usually simply enjoy the voice of the speaker.

    How strong are the sensations?
    This too is something that greatly fluctuates. The different varieties of sounds/voices have different effects.

    How long does it last?
    Depending upon what sound is produced/voice is speaking, it can be any amount of time.

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  25. What physical sensations do you feel?

    Like many of those who have commented, I find it hard to describe. I would put it in the family of goosebumps or hands/feet falling asleep but it is entirely a pleasant feeling.

    Where do you feel these sensations on your body?

    It always originates on the top/back of my head. Depending on the ‘strength’ of the reaction, it will travel down through my neck and to my shoulders/arms/upper torso. The traveling usually feels like trickling mixed with waves of intensity.

    What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?

    It’s incredibly calming.

    How strong are the sensations?

    It varies. It could be just a calm feeling to a trickle on the top of my head all the way to pretty intense waves of ASMR.

    How long does it last?

    I usually do not experience an extreme constant feeling. It usually comes and goes. It also depends on the trigger. I would say, on average, it lasts around 30 seconds but I could experience it several times in a given time period.

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  26. What physical sensations do you feel?

    The physical sensations are real, but it feels real in a creative type of way. It’s REALLY difficult to explain, because nothing really compares to it. I feel it in my head mainly. It’s the opposite of anxiety, but not just simply relaxed. They feel like tingles, but not normal tingles.

    Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
    Head, shoulders, arms, legs, and very rarely the stomach.

    What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?

    I feel like everything is okay. Problems are being fixed, someone genuinely cares. (I do not get the ASMR feeling if someone doesn’t seem to genuinely care.) The first time I felt it, my pre-k teacher was showing me how to use scissors and cut properly. I remember thinking that the teacher was very nice and that she cared.

    How strong are the sensations?

    It varies, and it only occurs if it’s just one other person. If there are multiple people, it doesn’t do anything. They can be extremely strong. It depends on the person that is making it happen.

    How long does it last?

    As long as the trigger is going on, it will continue. Some describe it as an orgasm in your head. I don’t think that analogy applies with what I experience. While the sensation is sort of like a orgasm in your head (non-sexual), there is no build up and no climax.

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  27. Like there is a tiny hole drilled in the back center of my skull that someone poured a sugar packet into. Tingling sensation that radiates from the brain stem to the scalp, down my spinal cord and through the back of my arms and front of my legs (if I’m lucky). It feels very similar to an orgasm, but there is nothing going on in the pants department.

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  28. Mine start at the back of my head and really good ones go to my jaw and the tingling in my head feels as if it is making my eyelids heavy..I am not tired, just in the most relaxed state imaginable and everything is A okay πŸ™‚ .I am not sure which is more pleasurable..the mental or the physical sensation. I listen to Videos constantly since finding them on you tube, even started a channel , but have just found ASMR naturally in public as long as I can remember… book stores, libraries, waiting rooms .. I was the one never in a hurry to leave the waiting room back when people read books and magazines. although I have many other triggers and also many sounds that will have the opposite effect on me..(misophonia).. , I have heard some seem to need to step away as they may be sensitized and not feel it as much after watching regularly..(maybe draining the seratonin) . To some degree that may be true for me a little bit, but NEVER when I have experienced ASMR in every day situations in public. Watching videos is nothing compared to live triggers when I run into them in public. Very strong sensations travel down further my body and my muscles have to move in rare instances… the tingles can be too intense..that part is hard to explain but doesn’t happen too often…it’s still pleasurable… just get’s my extremities kind of “tickled” if that makes any sense.

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  29. I find that most of the time, my tingles tend to originate in my abdomen/gut area and spread or around the back of my neck. I feel very relaxed, and often fall asleep, or even use ASMR videos as a sleep aid.

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  30. Physical sensations: tingle, relaxation, I feel like certain parts of my body become oversensitive.
    Sometimes it starts in my head and then it expands to the rest of my body. Sometimes it’s the ears; it depends on the stimulus. If I’m watching an ASMR trigger video, it’s mostly the ears, but if it’s caused accidentally then it’s the head and the whole body afterwards.
    Emotional and psychological sensations are vulnerability and a feeling of intimacy, therefore when it happens I usually try to hide because I feel exposed.
    It can be very strong to the point that I can’t do anything else afterwards.
    Usually it lasts around 10 minutes, but if I concentrate I can make it last longer.

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  31. It feels like a fountain of relaxing sensation in the middle of my brain, that shoots upwards against the ceiling of my skull and cascades down evenly around the inside of my head.

    Also, knowing something of the mechanical nature of the ear and the sense of sound, I feel asmr is like the vibration of your inner ear when struck by just the right frequency.

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  32. I hear them commonly called “tingles”, and I supose that is a fairly accurate way to describe them. I compare them to that tickly feeling you get in your stomach when you drive over hills, or do a somersault under water, or even when going down hill on a rollercoaster, only the sensation isn’t in your stomach, it is in your head. They feel very nice. For me they start at the back of the head and spread to confront and down my neck. They vary in intensity, starting out subtle and usually growing stronger as the minutes go by. They tend to last as long as the stimulus is present. I have had tingles that last a few seconds and a few occasions where they last about 30 minutes. My ASMR is easily triggered by interactions with others. Eye exams are an almost guaranteed ASMR experience for me. I also frequently experience ASMR when I am on the phone with a customer service rep of some kind. I also notice that while the other person is talking I get very strong ASMR, however when it is my turn to talk, the tingles almost immediately subside.

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  33. It feels like chills on the back of my head, close to the neck, sometimes it goes up my head and sometimes it goes down my body. I feel relaxed and calmed. How strong they are depends on how much I like what I’m seeing/hearing. It lasts for a couple of seconds but it is usually many of them. It’s not a single “tingle” every time, it’s like a composition of tingles. I can’t really explained this πŸ™‚

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  34. When I experience ASMR, I get tingles throughout my scalp and sometimes also the back of my neck. It is like a warm, fuzzy feeling. It can last anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes. It causes relaxation and calmness, and can help induce sleep.

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  35. When I experience ASMR I get the same tingles and waves over my body that one would experience when getting their hair brushed or when using one of those little contraptions that kind of scratches your head. I have no idea what they’re called…

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  36. ASMR feels like a pleasant sensation of goosebumps, in a way, usually starting on my scalp area, it s similar to frisson but very different at the same time. Apart from my scalp, depending on the trigger, I can actually sometimes feel it simultaneously on my scalp, back, arms, and legs. It s extremely relaxing, and it leads to a numbing sensation/sleepiness, similar to what we feel right after stretching. It makes you sleepy and relaxed, completely.

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  37. Numbering answers tho match questions..

    1. I feel tingles.

    2. I feel them on my head and back.

    3.i feel calmness. I always listen to ASMR right before i go to bed. I suffer with insomnia so it helps me sleep.

    4.depending on who does the ASMR they can be very strong.

    5. It lasts for as long as they do that certain trigger. Sometimes 5 to 10 mins…sometimes shorter sometimes longer. All depends.

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  38. I describe ASMR as goosebumps/tingles that originate at the back of my head and spread out to the top of my head and down the back of my neck.

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