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Amid a series of aftershocks in Kyushu after deadly earthquakes struck Kumamoto Prefecture last week, experts warn strong tremors may cause dizziness, as the March 2011 earthquake did among survivors.

To maintain a sense of balance, the human brain processes information from the skin, muscles, eyes and ears, according to Yasuyuki Nomura, a professor specializing in otolaryngology at Nihon University School of Medicine in Tokyo.

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