I have migraine associated vertigo (vestibular migraines). I have had them for five years thereabouts. But there is an obvious trigger for the vertigo when I have a migraine, which is every day.
Motion. All sorts of motion. From elevators to boats.
So driving lately has been triggering a lot of vertigo. Not while driving, but after. Mild at first. Then usually a sudden drop attack. Then getting progressively worse as the day or night goes on. Other symptoms can be a high-pitched tinnitus and muffled hearing. Obvious unsteadiness. Constant sensation of motion.
Anyway, clearly, this is becoming an issue. At its worst, I did have vertigo when driving. This was prior to my long-term leave. One reason I knew I couldn’t commute to work. So obviously this is an indication I should not be driving if every single time I do it is trigger day long vertigo and drop attacks. From 20-40 minutes of driving. Today it was a 20-minute drive to my psychologist and then 20 home. And it has been getting quite bad, with 2 drop attacks and a lot of lurching from the sudden dizziness.
Without driving and no motion trigger at all, I have a sort of constant but very mild pulsing sense of motion.
Anyway, I asked my doctor about it and there is literally nothing to be done about it. Other than the preventatives I have already tried and recommended by the neuro.