So I experienced something very strange today. It was a total whiteout at Brighton, I could hardly see 30 feet in front of me. The longer I skied the more nauseous I got. I thought I was just sick or something until I started googling. Apparently this happens when there is whiteout conditions and your brain can't read the slope at all. Now I've skied in some flat light and heavy snow, but this was crazy. I couldn't see shit.
It got so bad that I had to call it a day early. It felt exactly like sea sickness. I have never experienced this in 20 years of skiing. Does anybody else get this? Is there anything I can do?