Training the Brain Not to Be Dizzy

Ballet dancers may have the answer to dizziness.
Scientists in Britain say the brains of ballet dancers may hold the key to treating dizziness. New research from the Imperial College in London shows ballerinas may be able to suppress signals from the inner ear to the brain.

The brains of dancers can adapt to years of spinning and over time the area of the brain that deals with dizziness shrinks. Researchers hope their study could benefit the one-in-four of us who suffer from chronic dizziness.
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