Vertigo, a specific type of dizziness, is a major symptom of a balance disorder. It is the sensation of spinning or swaying while the body is stationary with respect to the earth or surroundings. With the eyes shut, there will be a sensation that the body is in movement, called subjective vertigo; if the eyes are open, the surroundings will appear to move past the field of vision, called objective vertigo.
The effects of vertigo may be slight. It can cause nausea and vomiting or, if severe, may give rise to difficulty with standing and walking.
The word "vertigo" comes from the Latin "vertere", to turn + the suffix "-igo", a condition = a condition of turning about.
Post by Wixen1 [Q2C] on Jun 4, 2007 16:32:40 GMT -5
Nice, Wix! Wish I had your computer.
Thx...but Iv lived with 250 Mb for a long time and just felt like going to eat only soup for the rest of the month, and have this new Ram, know what I mean??. couldent wait any longer...man I needed this!!!