Our brains perceive our environment differently when we’re lying down

You’re agitated by the sound of a mosquito buzzing around your head. The buzzing stops. You feel the tiny pinprick and locate the target. Whack! It’s over.
— Read on sciencex.com/news/2021-08-brains-environment-differently-lying.html

This explains in part why the room starts to momentarily spin when you have vertigo, and you change sides lying down.

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