Question by  pruitts (14)

How is barometric pressure related to dizziness?


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Yes, it is. Barometric pressure refers to the pressure that is within the atmosphere. Your inner ear can be affected by changes in this pressure. When your inner ear is affected, you can become dizzy.


Answer by  rnovikoffgmailcom (1722)

barometric pressure isnt related to dizziness. just make sure your are keeping up on hydration and eating regularly for blood sugar


Answer by  Jaquelynne (594)

Barometric pressure refers to the amount of pressure applied by the air. The higher the pressure, the more pressure it puts on your inner ears which controls your balance.


Answer by  km8738 (1917)

Barometric pressure, just like water pressure, or the pressure of a small weight constantly pressing down on your foot, is linked to dizziness in the amount of outside pressure being exerted on your head or body. The denser the atmosphere and the more pressure on your head (especially the ears) will affect your equilibrium. That can cause dizziness.

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