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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico
Answered Feb 28, 2020
The correct answer to this question is the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. This response is shortened with the abbreviation ASMR. Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response refers to a feeling of tingle or pricks that a person may experience when they listen to a particular song or watch a certain video.
Normally, the sensation will start at the scalp and go down the spine, into the legs and arms. When ASMR occurs, it will make the person feel relaxes, and within a couple of minutes, they will go to sleep. ASMR normally happens when a person is watching or listening to something peaceful or very quiet.
ASMR is the short form of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It refers to a kind of tingling or prickling sensation that you have when you watch certain videos or when you listen to some songs. This sensation usually starts on the scalp, and before you know it, it goes down to the upper spine, and you can also feel the tingling sensation in your arms and legs. The sensation that comes out of this will make you feel relaxed, and within a few minutes, you are already sleeping.
You experience ASMR mostly when you watch videos that are too quiet, simple. For instance, you can just be watching someone doing simple tasks like the folding of cloth or that of someone brushing her hair or other simple tasks. These types of videos can go on for about two hours. Most times, you don't get to the middle of those videos before you start feeling sleepy.