Posted: 11/03/2015 at 17:13
I'm not surprised it's knocked your confidence a bit. Perhaps you need to lay off the gin and tonics before your runs Only joking. I suppose one issue could be that you're not picking your feet up enough when you are running - a low-slung gait which doesn't allow your feet to clear debris/bumps on the road or trail. Try to shift your focus on to picking your feet up, rather than putting them down, as you run to get a lighter stride. This also helps increase your cadence.
It could also be because your fatigued (I always trip more when I'm running tired) so bear that in mind when planning sessions - and perhaps try to stick to even ground where possible.
It might be worth considering a trip to the GP to rule out any non-running related issue - such as with vestibular system (balance). Don't worry too much and wish you a speedy recovery