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These eating and cooking videos might just make you feel tingly inside

Do you ASMR?

Standing for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, ASMR is a term used to describe pleasing, tingling sensations experienced through stimuli such as whispering, soft talking, light touches and methodical sounds.

ASMR videos -- of people doing things like making mozzarella sticks, eating sandwiches and baking cakes -- are racking up millions of pageviews on YouTube, and for some, helps improve their focus and reduces pain.

Read AJC food editor Ligaya Figueras' column on ASMR videos , and scroll down to check out some ASMR videos for yourself.

Making nutella crepes

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