Lower right back twitches when people are softly talking/whispering close to my right ear only. The electric buzzer will make me twitch no matter where it is, but the twitch is greater when the buzzer is near my right ear.
I don't know if this matters but, I was also born premature, I've never had a concussion or ear infection, and I have ASMR (google it).
The holophonic videos and some ASMR videos get my back-a-twitchin too. I find that there is a fine line sometimes between which response I get (twitch or ASMR or rarely both).
Sort of personal question (you don't have to answer), but has anyone else used this "phenomenon" as a sexual pleasure enhancer (asked to have it triggered during already heightened arousal)? I have (along with ASMR), and I think that is why I don't mind having these "problems."View Thread
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