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Travel Insurance for Anxiety sufferers
Lots of people may suffer from anxious feelings at one time or another but having anxiety diagnosed by your doctor can be highly debilitating. If you’re looking to plan a holiday then this can come with its own stresses and worries, from the stress of organising and financing a holiday to taking time off work. If you suffer from anxiety then even booking a holiday could make you worried and flare up your condition before you travel.
Although you may be going on holiday to escape your feelings of anxiety, you must declare all pre-existing conditions when taking out travel insurance, including psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety. If you fail to declare your pre-existing medical condition then you could be left paying for expensive medical treatment abroad if you need health care when you’re away. Your premium will depend on how serious your anxiety is, how long you’ve had it and what treatment you are receiving for the condition. You should also consider that other countries may not have the same attitude to mental health or care provisions that we have in the UK, so make sure you have sufficient medication before you travel.