Motion Sickness and Persistent Sea Sickness

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Motion Sickness and Persistent Sea Sickness   Motion Sickness Motion sickness, also called sea sickness, occurs when your brain receives conflicting signals from eyes, inner ears, skin and joints about your state of motion. The symptoms of motion sickness include dizziness, sweating, nausea, and vomiting. People who suffer from migraine are more likely to suffer

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Bilateral Vestibulopathy

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Bilateral vestibulopathy (syn. bilateral vestibular areflexia) is a consequence of significant injury to the balance portions of both inner ears. This injury is often due to long standing inner ear disease, such as Meniere’s disease, affecting both ears. It is also caused by medicines which can damage the inner ear such as aminoglycosides e.g. gentamicin,

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