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All the Celebs Are Doing ASMR These Days — But Like What Is It?

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You've probably seen them in your YouTube feed before or heard about your favorite celebrities, like Cardi B, partaking in ASMR. No, it's not a new party drug, but rather a sensory-biological phenomenon.

What is ASMR?

It's an acronym for autonomous sensory meridian response. With a name like that, you can probably understand why so many people have opted to just shorten its name.

It's defined as a "calming, pleasurable feeling often accompanied by a tingling sensation."

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