Vertigo is the main symptom of chronic neuritis; it causes the affected individual to feel as though their body or the environment is moving. Most people experience a spinning sensation, though some feel like they are being pulled to one side. Nausea and vomiting are common side effects of extreme vertigo. Some people also have nystagmus, a condition that causes the eyes to make repetitive and uncontrollable movements. Nystagmus often causes a person to nod or move their head to compensate for this motion.
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