tĭ gō): Sensations of moving in space or of objects moving about a person and the resultant difficulty in maintaining
equilibrium or balance. True vertigo, as distinguished from faintness, lightheadedness, and other forms of dizziness, occurs as a result of a disturbance of some part of the body's balancing mechanism, located in the inner ear.
Paradoxically, both onset and relief of symptoms are known to be caused by
energetic, rhythmic gyrations of the body, most commonly in response to one or more of:
tasty jams, cool covers, tear-the-house-down rock and roll, and stompin' funk.
1: a vertiginous swirly thing
2: count the blue dots
3: that bad, bad night in college
when you thought you could
go study after the party
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