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Dizziness, Vertigo and Motion Sickness

Dizziness Described as a balance problem of feeling dizzy, light-headed, unsteady or giddy.  This feeling of inbalance or disequilibrium, without a sensation of turning or spinning, is sometimes due to an inner ear problem.
VertigoDescribed as a balance problem in which they or their surroundings are turning or spinning, vertigo is frequently due to an inner ear problem.
Motion SicknessDescribed sometimes as nautious when riding in an airplane, automobile or amusement park ride.  Referred to as seasickness when riding on a boat or ship.  These are usually minor annoyances and do not signify any serious medical illness even though it can be very incapacitating and can linger a few days after traveling is over.
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