A person feels dizziness and vomitting when he is at high altidude. How is his ear responsible for this problem

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A person starts feeling dizzy all of a sudden while moving to high altitude. At the high altitude, atmospheric pressure is comparatively low. So, the oxygen does not bind to the haemoglobin efficiently. And hence, there is the lack of oxygen in the body tissues, which causes dizziness. Sensory organ which is affected while moving up on high altitudes is Eustachian tube in an ear. It gets clogged (clogging of an ear) and leads to discomfort or sometimes pain in ears.


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