I haven't really noticed much of an effect of caffeine on ASMR response. But if I drink tea instead of coffee I'll be a little bit less inhibited to ASMR. In other words, tea makes me experience ASMR more easily. But it doesn't enhance the tingles nor does it affect my asmr triggers. Anyone else notice if caffeine has an effect on your ASMR response?
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