Free floating anxiety is a common condition that is badly misunderstood and mismanaged by the medical industry.
The definition of free-floating anxiety, by psychologists and psychiatrists alike, is a chronic state of uneasy and apprehension that is not directed at anything in particular. Everything causes distress. In a way, those suffering with this condition are not afraid of anything, yet are fearful of everything.
Fear and anxiety have a very real purpose that kicks into action when a danger is perceived. Taking appropriate action to avoid that danger, which may be fatal, is instinctive and sensible. The impact of that event is likely to remain for a little time after it’s happened, but given time, will normally fade.
However, if that event, or similar events, are repeated often, then it can become difficult to recover. This is especially true when young children experience this. They are much more vulnerable.
Accompanying the anxiety are likely to be other symptoms.
Some Common Symptoms That Accompany Free-Floating Anxiety
These vary with individuals, but the common ones include:
- racing thoughts
- overwhelmed with fear
- constant worry
- an inability to focus or concentrate
- feeling alone, isolated, without help or support
- insomnia or disturbed sleep
- poor self confidence, doubt
- heart palpitations
- excess sweating
- muscle tension which can lead to headaches, digestive issues, cramps, etc
As with any and every condition, there are multiple causes depending on the person, their environment, their history, their personality. And there may be more than one cause. People are very adaptable and can often deal with one incident that rocks their boat. However, repeated incidents can pile up ending in a ‘break down’ or chronic condition.
It’s a pessimistic state of mind as there is a common and constant feeling that something bad is going to happen. What you think about does tend to bring on more of the same. That comes within the laws of attraction. Unconsciously, your worst fears can play out, although not always. It has the opposite desired effect. You feel you have no control.
There is nothing wrong with you if you suffer with free floating anxiety. There is nothing wrong with your brain. Taking heavy duty drugs may flat line your condition, but they will do nothing to resolve the original cause/s. And come with a bevy of side effects, some of which can be crippling. They’re very difficult to stop.
Holistic Solutions For Any Type Of Anxiety
One of the best ways to help you is to get good homeopathic treatment. Homeopathy restores your inner balance, your inner harmony by strengthening your immune capabilities. This means, you’ll heal yourself from the chronic affects of past traumas. The causes are dealt with, removed if you will, leaving you free to be yourself.
This is probably the single most effective help you can find.
Other areas that support you on your path to wellness include:
- meditation – very good for helping your thoughts slow down
- exercise – whatever form suits you, but preferably in Nature
- meaning to life – do what gladdens your heart, what you feel passionate about, change jobs if yours in meaningless
- clean diet – make sure your body is well nourished by clean, suitable food
- seeing a counsellor or psychologist – can be very helpful in providing strategies to help you manage the anxiety
- relaxing in Nature – get out and really appreciate all that is natural
Free floating anxiety can be healed completely, but you’ll need to stay the course, staying focused on your end result. Any health condition you’ve had a long time, can’t be reversed overnight. Professional homeopathic help can help your anxiety as well as your determination to recover.