Continuous changes between visual flight and instrument flight during periods of reduced visibility can
easily result in disorientation. While in an environment of actual instrument flight conditions, disruption
from a scan focused predominantly on instruments to an outside reference, such as the horizon or ground,
can induce spatial disorientation.
In instrument flight, factors such as fatigue, boredom, and hypnosis are more likely to occur. To
counteract this, you may occasionally move about in the seat, shake your head, or change the intensity of