Published on Isolated symptoms.

Vertigo happens when the person is high up somewhere, but still connected to the earth. When travelling on a plane, the person does not suffer from vertigo. The person who has vertigo cannot look down. Many people have vertigo when they are up on a skyscraper, and this is quite normal. In our case, we are referring to the problem experienced by people who have vertigo when they are two meters above ground. The feelings associated to vertigo are the feelings of rotation and loss of balance.

What in fact is going on is that the person is losing his roots, despite being tied down to the ground. The person is unsure about things in his life, about his roots, in other words, about matters related to his home, work, place where he lives or his biological Mother. People who have kidney conditions tend to lose their balance more and are prone to suffering from vertigo.

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