Hello and welcome to health care magic,
What you have described seems very much like vertigo and the most common cause of peripheral vertigo
is related to the ear.
Many forms of vertigo related to the ear happen due to positional changes such as what is seen in the night during sleep like the BPPV.
So in any case you must get a audiometry
testing along with CT of the temporal bones and get back to me or any ENT with the reports as soon as possible
Dr Sriram Nathan