Ballet dancers’ brains adapt to stop them feeling dizzy

Press Release: Scientists have discovered differences in the brain structure of ballet dancers that may help them avoid feeling dizzy when they perform pirouettes. Quote: The research suggests that years of training can enable dancers to suppress signals from the balance organs in the inner ear. The findings, published in the journal Cerebral Cortex, could help to improve treatment for patients with chronic dizziness.

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Ballet dancers’ brains adapt to stop them feeling dizzy

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