Spontaneous tactile sensations
At the lowest level, the sensation can be described as subtle and fleeting tingling sensations throughout the body. These sensations do not impair physical motor control and can essentially be ignored if one wishes to do so.
At this level, the sensation becomes very difficult to ignore. It can be described as distinct tingling sensations that are intense enough to partially impair a person’s motor control and act as a significant distraction that impairs one’s focus.
At the highest level, the tingling sensations increase enough to become a powerful and uncontrollable focus point of the person’s attention. This can feel completely overwhelming and heavily impairs a person’s motor control, leaving them either lying or sitting down, incapable of standing up due to the all-encompassing sensations.
Moving vs Motionless
Spontaneous physical sensations will either move up and down various parts of the body in different directions or they will remain still and consistent in their position.
Constant vs Irregular
Spontaneous physical sensations will either be constantly present throughout a significant portion of the experience or they will irregularly and temporarily manifest themselves at random points for differing lengths of time.
Sharp vs Soft
Spontaneous physical sensations will either be perceived as sharp, cold, and electric or as soft, warm, and gentle.
All-encompassing vs Location specific
Spontaneous physical sensations can either be felt across every square inch of the skin in an evenly distributed fashion or in very specific locations such as the ends of the fingers and toes, up and down the spinal column, or throughout the head.
Euphoric vs Dysphoric
At appropriately high dosages, spontaneous bodily sensations can either be interpreted as pleasurable to experience or they can manifest in the opposite direction and become uncomfortable to experience.