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ASMR

Rambler

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I get that ASMR "tingle" with certain gentle voices. Sometimes I get that feeling when hearing soft keyboard typing. Do certain sounds give you a chill, in a good way?
 

Zack T

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I had never known this had an actual name. I experience this almost daily. I get so excited about something and it happens, whether it's music or wrestling or shows or games. A lot of stuff sets it off. Even my memories or anticipation of these things, I can experience it that way too.
 
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No, I don't and I guess I'm glad for it. I've never heard of the phenomena before. The human body is strange sometimes I suppose.
 

Salome G

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Idk if anything real life does it, but I'm so susceptible to ASMR videos that I can't listen to them unless I'm trying to be sleeping. It's a wonder I've never fallen asleep at the salon, as many times as I've listened to ASMR spa roleplays.
 

whaleshark

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I get those tingles from certain low voices only. Whispering doesn't work. It's been interesting finding out the range of ASMR video sounds, like hair brushing, glass tapping, pencil writing.
 

Boomer

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I've seen a variety of ASMR videos, and the ones that make me more relaxed than others feature soft voices. Female more than male for some reason. Not a fan of the paper crinkling ones.
 

Greylien

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The only time I experience this is when I hear a song for the first time that really resonates with me.

When I was a teenager I used to get this whenever a certain girl came by and we started talking, but that hasn't really happened since.
 
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