Travel with hypertension? Latitude has you covered
Affordable high blood pressure insurance for travelling can seem like the Holy Grail. Declaring a pre-existing condition of any kind will send your premium skyrocketing. Holiday Extras wanted to help our customers out by providing a low-cost travel insurance for high blood pressure sufferers. Our Latitude travel insurance for people with high blood pressure can offer you a quote for travel insurance that wont soar when you declare most pre-existing conditions, even if youre going on a cruise or ski holiday. Our policies give you a full range of cover without making you pay double. With Latitude, you dont need to let hypertension spoil your holiday.
Why choose Latitude high blood pressure holiday insurance?
Latitude may have only been around for a year, but in that time over 60,000 have used the service to escape hunting around online for travel insurance quotes with conditions like hypertension and actually get away on their holiday. Latitude can offer insurance to anyone up to the age of 89 for single or annual policies covering up to £15 million in life insurance, up to £2,000 of lost baggage cover and up to £10,000 of cancellation cover.
How Latitude can help you book hypertension travel insurance
Our knowledgeable staff are on hand to take your call throughout your booking and holiday. Call now and we can sign you up for Latitude in just 10 minutes, then, when youre on holiday, we have a 24-hour helpline should you have any problems. If thats still not quick enough, you can book through the form on the right in just 7 clicks.
Latitude has you covered when high blood pressure strikes
Keeping your levels of stress low is essential when you have high blood pressure, so it can be invaluable to know you have travel insurance that covers you in all eventualities; then you might be able to come back from your holiday feeling relaxed. With Latitude, you know that you have a good range of cover that will take the sting out of anything that might go wrong.
Top tips for travelling with high blood pressure
- Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your holiday and ask for a note confirming your condition and treatment, including doses.
- Activities that involve high-altitude or deep water can affect your blood pressure, so make sure you speak to a doctor before deciding if you want to take part.
- Avoid eating anything salty on the flight as this can increase your blood pressure. Try and get up and walk around whenever you can and sit comfortably with your legs uncrossed when you cant.
- Be careful with food and water, including ice cubes, as these can cause stomach problems that may dehydrate you and increase your blood pressure. Alcohol can have the same effect.