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You are experiencing alternobaric vertigo, which is caused by unequal pressures between your middle-ear compartments. The pressure diference does not have to be very great. The inequality is communicated to the inner ear organs, resulting in vertigo. Divers can also experience nausea and vomiting. Vertigo is usually more common while a diver ascends.

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  • Ad_OpticaSisquella
  • 1 febrero 2017
  • Bali, Kuta

Vertigo is not uncommon among divers, and your experience with it occurring when you are at significant depth is fairly typical. Diving physics tells us that the greatest pressure changes occur closer to the surface, but as the diver descends,equalizing the pressure in the middle ear is still very important. Divers generally continue to descend even when having difculty with equalizing.