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DACHER KELTNER Tingling sensations going down your neck, into and then we'll look into the small but growing body of science behind it.

How your brain works while you sleep Oct. Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) - the relaxing 'brain tingles' experienced by some people in response to specific triggers.

A ofr of psychologists at the University of Sheffield published a paper earlier this year in the journal PLOS One that reported for the first time that people who report experiencing the sensation actually do appear to have a physiological response: their heart rates tend to slow down. Many people experience a tingly feeling called autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) when they watch whispery videos.

And just last month, Richard and colleagues published data that shows of fMRI brain imaging scans for 10 individuals who all ly reported experiencing Tinglrs as they watched an ASMR video and reported feeling the sensation. Other research has identified physiological changes associated with ASMR that back up the claim it really does relax people.

But the findings so far suggest something is going on to trigger the response. For some.

A noteworthy point about the of the experiment is that the observed reductions in heart rate were comparable to other tried-and-true stress relief methods, like music and mindfulness, Poerio says.