Mal de debarquement
Mal de debarquement is an inappropriate sensation of movement after termination of motion that is accompanied by disequilibrium, but not vertigo, usually experienced after a sea voyage. Symptoms include sensations of rocking, swaying, swinging, unsteadiness, and disequilibrium. Although most cases resolve spontaneously, middle-aged women seem to be particularly likely to experience protracted symptoms following an ocean cruise, with persistence of symptoms for many years.
Sep. 10, 2021