I have just watched an Autonomous Sensory meridian Response (ASMR) YouTube video where I experienced ASMR. ASMR is a sensation best described as a tingling in the scalp and back of the neck.

I have experience ASMR before, but never from a video using headphones. My belief was that I had tingle immunity of whatever the ASMR guys calls it, apparently I am receptive.

The Danish television channel, DR3, has also began broadcasting ASMR videos, although without headphones I am reluctant to believe that they have any effect on that media.

Apparently, the first ever published scientific article on ASMR is from 2013 with the title:It Feels Good to Be Measured: clinical role-play, Walker Percy, and the tingles.



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