tickling sensation

tickling sensation

no evidence exists that animals experience a tickling sensation but it is assumed that they do.
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On the other hand, when someone else is tickling you, there are unexpected sensations on the skin and these then can result in the tickling sensation being activated.
Many people feel either nothing or a tickling sensation.
Did the girl sitting behind me actually cut off my braids with a blunt scissors while I sat there luxuriating in the tickling sensation of the scissors slicing across my thick braids?
Professor Jim Deuchars, Professor of Systems Neuroscience in the University of Leeds' Faculty of Biological Sciences, said: "You feel a bit of a tickling sensation in your ear when the TENS machine is on, but it is painless.
Professor Jim Deuchars, from the Faculty of Biological Sciences in the University of Leeds, said that when the machine is switched on, it creates a painless, tickling sensation in the ears.
It is a fun experience -- and could be quite funny as the nibbling fish can leave you with a tickling sensation.
The light tickling sensation on the skin means it is deep cleansing the pores, removing six times more make up than manual cleansing, but without being abrasive or using harsh chemicals.
The group had been out in the countryside for an hour without a single sighting before Lukka felt a tickling sensation in his boot.
The group he was with had been out in the countryside for an hour without a single sighting before Lukka felt a tickling sensation in his boot.
Sometimes, I would recount how I felt a tickling sensation in my right arm, other times it was definitely working on a leg.
When a post dam is to shallow, the tight pressure that results, can produce a tickling sensation which elicits a gag.