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hpr2109 :: Hacking my inner ear

How I discovered some new things about how my inner ear works and how to stop falling over

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Hacking my inner ear

In April 2015 I suddenly found myself getting dizzy as I bent down – to the extent where I actually fell over at one point. I went to see a doctor but didn’t get a diagnosis.

A medical student I know suggested it might be BPPV - Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, and with that in mind I researched it and found what turned out to be a cure.

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