To stay upright, your body must send a continual stream of data about its position to your brain — and your brain must continually tell your body how to move to keep its balance.
Balance is controlled in many parts of the brain, including the brain’s cerebellum.
Your brain finds out about your body position from many sources, including your eyes, proprioceptors around the body, and the semicircular canals and other chambers in the inner ear.
The semicircular canals whether you are nodding or shaking your head, detectors which tell your brain what is going on. head, the fluid in the canals and cavities lags a little, pulling on hair semicircular canals. called the utricle and saccule are linked to the arc three, tiny, fluid-filled co-ordination). loops in your inner ear (see the ear). receptors in your skin, muscles and joints (see and which way you are moving.
The utricle and saccule tell you if you tilt your head or if its movement