Psychological and psychiatric symptoms
Anxiety and depression of proprioceptive origin i.e. where there is no reasonable clinical history to justify the symptoms and antidepressants are ineffective but on starting a proprioceptive treatment the patient immediately feels better.
This may be due to an electrophysiological hindrance in the limbic cortex, of proprioceptive cause.
Vivid nightmares, the patients waking up in a heightened state of anxiety.
Claustrophobia and agoraphobia when there are no clear vertical visual reference cues, in particular when the individual is moving.