Movie? Fantastic. Actual vertigo? Nope.
Never had it? Here's a description of what it's like, and it doesn't have much to do with a fear of heights.
You know how when you've been drinking and everything seems like it's spinning around? Tilting around?
That's how your vision is.
Only you're not drunk.
So it's awful.
Another analogy is like spinning around in a circle with your forehead on a baseball bat and then trying to run.
Bending over, laying down, lifting my head up to look up above. Any of that would trigger the dizziness. How? No reason. For me, it just happened. Often if you been sick and coughing or sneezing a lot, that can jolt up the "calcium crystals" inside your inner ear which controls your balance and just have you go haywire.
I was never sick. I woke up one more and nearly fell off the bed as I sat up.
Adam found this hilarious. I went to pull a frozen pizza out of the oven and nearly fell head first into it.
Actually, that is kind of hilarious. A Tombstone nearly did me in.
After 2 months it just went away. Weird.
Don't get vertigo.