Goosebumps From Hearing The Sound Of An Apple Bite?
Morning. I am a 20 year old woman. I want to ask out of curiosity. Why do I get goosebumps when I hear the sound of an apple bite? Either someone else / myself took the bite, it gave me goosebumps. The sound of peeling apples also gives me goosebumps. But I don’t hate apples, I love the taste. As far as I remember, it had been a long time since I got goosebumps when I heard the sound of an apple bite, maybe since I was in elementary school. Please answer yes. Because I tried to search on google not yet found the answer. Thanks.
Goosebumps is a condition where the fine hairs on the body stand up. When goosebumps, sometimes a person also feels a sensation like a gust of wind in the neck or ears or there can also be a tingling sensation in the stomach.
Goosebumps may be related to the body's psychology, such as times of fear, when feeling amazed, remembering old memorable memories, and when having a history of certain traumas in the past. When these things happen, adrenaline hormone production will increase and the sympathetic nervous system also becomes active. This is the body's response to fight (survive) or flight (avoid) when the body is experiencing physical or emotional stress.
The hormone adrenaline will increase heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, temperature, and body metabolism. Whereas the active sympathetic nervous system will cause the small muscles under the hair follicles to contract so that the hair becomes standing or felt as a sensation of goosebumps.
As long as it doesn't bother you, you don't need to worry. But if you start to feel annoyed, there is nothing wrong if you consult about this with a psychiatrist so that you can further explore the cause and be given the right solution.
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