I really can not answer that question, I would sure see a doctor as soon as possible to rule out anything serious such as a TIA. It could be an inner ear infection, anxiety, flu, anything, so, please get it checked, it is better to be safe than sorry.
You may have an inner ear problem or vertigo or sinus problems.
SassyLassie gives good info as well. TIA no. Your age, general health, last time you saw a doc, how long have you had, you get everyday????
Do you get it after eating certain things or a specific time of day, or getting up fast, or bending over, after you wake, when you stand, when you lie down, head lower than rest of body, after exercise or walking some stairs? Can you be more specific? Thanks and God Speed.
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