|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader)
|I hope this is a thing of the past and not on-going. You have certainly captured the reality of such with perfection..
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|As an R.M.A. I've heard this from patients but not so aptly described! It must be scary! Whoah! I got dizzy reading it!!
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|Yeah! I totally get this....you've described the sensation perfectly. Nice job, Budd....
|Reviewed by Joy Hale
|My first time to your sight, but when I saw the title, I just had to read your offering. As a fellow sufferer, your words are so "right on." I would have nothing to add to the excellence of your words! A very good and expressive read. Here's hoping that both of our worlds stay calm and upright.
Joy L. Hale
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|Oh my this is a deeply touching write and I sure hope that all remains well Laura|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|So glad you were wrong. Hope the condition never recurs!!
Great description, by the way. Wise choice to use italics.
Not sure why, but they increase the dizziness.
Hmmm. Better not read it again. Anyway, not while I am woozy from lack of sleep.
Be well !!
xOx Phyllis xOx
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Dry heaving is a telltale sign of something other than vertigo. I get that with myelogram headaches. I have low blood pressure, so often get dizzy.
|Reviewed by Ruan Burke
|You've done well to portray this ghastly phenomenon. Hopefully it's an isolated incident.
typo = Worlds - World's
|Reviewed by Diana Wiles
|I can empathise with your words and situation...I had a similar experience which lasted many months...when it does end, the memory of it can haunt...I am relieved for you that yours hasn't returned. An eloquent description...
|Reviewed by Linda Hill
I've had inner ear trouble for years and often wake up dizzy, so I can identify with this write. Its a horrible feeling when everything around you is spinning, and all it takes in a slight motion to get it started.
|Reviewed by Richard King
|I used to have these sensations,,,, nearly every Friday night. Though I haven't gotten in that condition in quite some time.
Here's to being wrong every now and then. Cheers! Dick
|Reviewed by Odin Roark
|Strong imagery mark this entry, utilizing unique objects and sensations to explore the precarious nature of life. Well done. A possible nit: worlds or world's??????|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Oh my, I can feel this unbalance. I had vertigo three years ago and it isn't fun. I believe it took over 3 months to completely get over it. I do not want to go back down that road that's for sure. You have described it perfectly!
Peace, love and light,
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|Ah, the title made me thing of the movie, Vertigo, with James Steward and Kim Novak.
This has to be an awful situation. I know about losing control, because I have anxiety attacks from time to time, not as bad as they used to be, but bad enough.