Why do I get dizzy when I spin?

Your ears do more than just hear your brother’s burps and act as earring supports. They contain special organs that help you detect your motion, tell up from down, and keep you from tumbling when you trip. Whenever you move or tilt your head, fluid moving through canals in your inner ear interacts with tiny hairs along the canal walls, telling your brain that you’re in motion. When you spin in circles, the fluid spins right along with you. Stop and fluid keeps spinning, sloshing against the hairs and making your brain think you’re still spinning – which causes the feeling of dizziness.


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