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Feel dizzy and blurred vision, with loud music at pubs. Is this vertigo from loud music?

Hi, lately I have been noticing that when I m at a club w/loud music playing and drinking... I tend to all of a sudden get very dizzy, my vision is blurred and I can t hear specific words. Then I have to grab hold of something or I will lose my balance and fall over. I had just one 12oz beer last night at a concert at around 8pm (finished about 8:20pm) and I had two episodes where I got dizzy, vision was blurred and I fell the first time, but the second time I was able stop myself from falling over again by staying very still... Is this vertigo from the loud music? Or something I should go to the doctor to check out? This has been only at clubs... not when I m drinking at a bar/lounge.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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there is internal ear and balancing problems
as the loud noise stimulates the internal ear the internal ear cilia and internal ear fluid disbalance cause these
need to consult ent doctor to diagnose and treat
Answered: Mon, 21 Oct 2013
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