Spatial disorientation can be described as the inability to orient oneself in 3-dimensional space. In this state, one cannot distinguish up from down, right from left, or any two different directions from another. One might also perceive the world as being flipped sideways or even upside down.
This effect is relatively uncommon and occurs mostly on high doses of dissociatives, particularly when experiencing holes, spaces and voids. This effect is generally described as mildly confusing and is sometimes accompanied by changes in gravity and dizziness.
Compounds within our psychoactive substance index which may cause this effect include: