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Why a I dizzy if I try to read on the train?
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Dr. Gamal Boutros
Neurology
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In brief: Motion sickness
The brain receive signals from eye, inner ears and sensors in the feet--if the signals are not matched a person feel dizzy--in a train your eye see you are not moving , but ears feel you are moving dizziness is affected by bp, drugs, fatigue, volume status, illness, tec.

In brief: Motion sickness
The brain receive signals from eye, inner ears and sensors in the feet--if the signals are not matched a person feel dizzy--in a train your eye see you are not moving , but ears feel you are moving dizziness is affected by bp, drugs, fatigue, volume status, illness, tec.
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