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My friend and her family went on a cruise for like a week. And when they all came home, they all had issues where they felt like they were still moving even though they were back on land. This feeling lasted for only like 2 days and they eventually felt back to normal so they’re fine now.
But can someone explain to me if this swaying/moving feeling after a cruise is considered an inner ear issue or is it a neurological issue?
I thought maybe the brain just had to adjust being back on land and get used to it. But then my friend said that she should have taken decongestants right when she got back on land to avoid those swaying feelings. How would decongestants help with that?
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