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Everyday People Share How Having Vertigo Is Ruining The Way They Live
Vertigo is a disorder where the world feels like it's spinning and you feel awfully dizzy. This disorder is caused by an ear disorder and often has crippling side effects. Those who suffer from vertigo find it hard to function when an episode strikes. These confessions paint a picture of what it's like when an episode occurs.


Vertigo is like being stuck on the teacup ride.

There's one way to shake up class.

I have vertigo and I fell out of my seat yesterday...in class...in front of everyone.


Vertigo is when you are bent forward in a 90 degree angle, washing your face and all of a sudden it feels like you're on a boat and you "fall" against gravity. Then you fall upright, and stumble backwards.

No thank you.

Living with vertigo is like being imprisoned by your own body.

That doesn't sound fun at all.

I'm having vertigo issues today and it's making me really paranoid. The last migraine I had I ended up in the hospital. I can't go through it again.

Best of both worlds?

I have vertigo and sometimes it's really scary and I get sick. Other times, it's like a free roller coaster ride.