Fell over

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Just walking down a hill as I need to go out but feeling anxious and I fell over and earlier on I was walking and felt a little like I'm floating is there something seriously wrong with me or could it be because I wasn't paying attention and my head was somewhere else I'm scared

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  • Posted

    its normal with anxiety..your head is just somewhere else..i almost fell off an escalator once because i was having racing thoughts..
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    If you have been diagnosed with anxiety then Im sure it is a case of not concentrating.

    Have you hurt yourself when you fell?

    Take it easy,dont push yourself so hardbiggrin

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      Yes I've been diagnosed with anxiety no u haven't hurt myself I do have health anxiety though so I'm worried maybe there's something wrong with my brain and that's why I fell x
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      Sweetheart if you,ve had all the checks done and your health is fine then its the anxiety playing tricks on your head.

      I know how it feels Ive been to and e twice thinking I was having a heart attack,it wasnt until I came into this forum and heard everyone elses stories then it sunk in.

      Dont push yourself so hard,you really are beaten yourself up and anxiety is bad enough without you doing that to yourself as well

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    Sorry u felt that way it's anxiety . do what u can good for you to go out even short distance will help.

    You are not alone this morning I felt like you waiting in GP surgery I felt light headed and panic then I had to do a lung function test which I cld tell by the nurses expression wasn't good. So all these horrid symptoms are anxiety. Breathing goes haywire and causes unsteadiness.

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