Bazza37 Posted October 31, 2011 Report Share Posted October 31, 2011 Hey so HPPD is a pretty rare condition to have, and it made me start to think "how is my brain different?" One thing came into my mind, which was something I have had since I was a child It is officially called ASMR. I have taken it for granted since I have had it all my life. Alot of people have it but do not even know it has an official name Basically it is a "Tingling sensation" that comes in the back of your head, that can be 'triggered' by certain external activities. It is a very good feeling, euphoric. Similar to goosebumps, but in a pleasurable way. It's triggered by obvious things like really enjoyable music, epic and emotional moments in films, but also by stranger things like when someone is trying to tell you to do something but you're not really listening, certain voice patterns, when people talk to you slowly, and hair cuts. Just an off thought, worth investigating. Chances are it doesn't, but please post if this does or does not affect you so I can confirm/deny this passing thought. Thanks! Matt Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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