“As long as the world is turning and spinning, we’re gonna be dizzy and we’re gonna make mistakes” Mel Brooks

Do you remember your childhood days when you used to spin around and when you stop suddenly, you felt dizzy?

How was that feeling?

You feel the room is spinning and you realised your vision fades and you start searching for some support to steady yourself so that you don’t fall.

Did you ever feel dizzy in an adult’s life?

If so please see your family physician.


Acrophobia vs Vertigo vs Dizziness

Acrophobia is an extreme fear of heights.

Vertigo is an illusion or hallucination of movements. Here the sensation of imbalance makes the person sway. In vertigo, you feel as if you or your surroundings are moving.

Vertigo – is caused by inner ear problems.

Dizziness is a feeling of being off-balance and you find it difficult to move.

Dizziness is caused by many conditions which include excess alcohol intake, dehydration, low blood sugar, motion sickness, head injuries or medications.

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