Actually the Air Force is working on that project at Pensacola. In
any case, the Tulio phenomenon is a BRIEF intense burst of
spinning vertigo triggered by loud sound. It's quite rare, but in my
experience, folks with Tulio don't have much nausea, and definitely
don't have motion intolerance. therefore, anti-nausea treatments are
unlikely to help.
Ron Blue wrote:
>> NASA's program is one of making one nauseated by spinning and learning to
> control it anyway.
Thomas E. Boismier, M.P.H.
Director of The Balance Care Center,
a division of Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, P.C.
347 W. Berry St, Suite 102
Fort Wayne IN 46802