It seems whenever I go into big spaces, with high cielings, like Wal-mart, or a grocery store, I get of balance, it feels like I'm going to fall, and I get dizzy. I have never had a fear of hieghts, and this last fall, I went to the Savemart Center (a large stadium) to see the Women of Faith, and was seated up top in the stadium and totally freaked out, I had to covor my eyes so I couldn't see the top of the stadium because it threw off my balance! Luckily we were moved to the bottom. This is still happening, I was coming out of the post office the other day, and had to covor the top of my eyes to be able to walk down the stairs as the view threw off my balance, there is only about 10 steps leading down to the sidewalk! I don't know what's going on. Does anyone have any answers or suggestions???
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