In humans[change | change source]
In humans, equilibrioception is mainly sensed by the detection of acceleration, which occurs in the vestibular system. Other senses play roles as well, e.g. the visual system and proprioception. The importance of visual input for balance is illustrated by its being harder to stand on one foot with eyes closed than with eyes open.
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References[change | change source]
- Hammer, A., Nilsagard, Y., & Wallquist, M. (2008). "Balance training in stroke patients a systematic review of randomized, controlled trials". Advances in physiotherapy 10 (4): 163–172. .