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Eusthachian tube dysfunction can cause dizziness
and vertigo. Vertigo would be the sensation of movement, either that you are moving or your environment is moving around you.
This may be the feeling of disequilibrium or feeling as though the ground is moving under you that you are describing.
It is not usually associated with blurred vision
. Blurred vision can be caused by a number of different conditions, you may want to consider consulting an opthalmologist to find out the exact cause.
Some of the causes include but not limited to: dry eyes, cataract, far or near sightedness, glaucoma
, eye infection
I hope this helps