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" Cable car sway"

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
That's my name for it...
Inspired by the "ski sickness" post, I often find myself, usually at altitude resorts, suffering from a very definite side to side loss of balance, inability to stand without a bit of sway, dizziness, etc. Not to do with visibility or dehydration, alcohol or any known physical problem. No nausea. Usually comes on at the end of the day, waiting at the bus stop, usually gone next morning (till comes back). Doesn't affect skiing ability, and I don't think that I get it snowboarding, either. (Edit - yes I do get it snowboarding; or else just Day 2...)
My personal version is that it means I've been skiing well, side to side to side to side to..... Etc.
Anyone else get this?
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