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'''Vertigo''' is a [[motion sickness]] caused by the false perception that the body is falling when the body is still. Vertigo is usually caused by an imbalance in the [[inner ear]] which (causing the perceived motion), but it can also be brought about by [[hallucinogen]]ic drugs which disorient space for the brain.
 
'''Vertigo''' is a [[motion sickness]] caused by the false perception that the body is falling when the body is still. Vertigo is usually caused by an imbalance in the [[inner ear]] which (causing the perceived motion), but it can also be brought about by [[hallucinogen]]ic drugs which disorient space for the brain.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:47, 1 April 2016

For the 1958 film by Alfred Hitchcock, see Vertigo (film, 1958)

Vertigo is a motion sickness caused by the false perception that the body is falling when the body is still. Vertigo is usually caused by an imbalance in the inner ear which (causing the perceived motion), but it can also be brought about by hallucinogenic drugs which disorient space for the brain.