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High blood pressure is not a barrier to travelling, and shouldn’t mean finding travel insurance cover is harder.

We offer award-winning medical insurance policies for people with high blood pressure, and other conditions, allowing them to focus on what really matters: your trip!

Our policies come with the following benefits:

  • COVID cover, now included on all policies. For more information click here
  • 24/7 Emergency Medical Helpline
  • 100’s of medical conditions considered and covered, often for no extra cost
  • Up to £10 million in medical cover available for declared and accepted conditions
  • 100+ activities covered as standard
  • Available for individual travellers, couples, families and groups.
  • All policies include a 14-day cooling off period – Giving you time to read your documents thoroughly and ensure the chosen single trip insurance policy is right for you.
  • Take advantage of a 15% online discount, compared to our call centre prices.
  • Single trip travel insurance policies are also available for staycations, allowing you to take out cover for any trip within the UK providing it is for 3 days or more.
  • Exclusive discount available for at home COVID tests


Which cover levels are available with high blood pressure travel insurance?

We’re here to ensure whatever your medical condition, you have the freedom to roam the globe as you please. High blood pressure is one of our most commonly covered conditions and here is everything we can offer protection for, depending on your cover level:

  • Up to £10,000,000 medical cover available
  • Up to £5,000 of cover for medical and mobility equipment
  • Up to £250 public hospital benefit
  • Up to £5,000 cancellation and curtailment cover
  • Up to £2,000,000 cover for personal liability
  • Up to £25,000 for personal accident
  • Up to £50,000 for legal advice


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Declaring high blood pressure on your travel insurance

Like with all medical conditions, declaring them is important, including your high blood pressure. Declaring your condition will ensure you have the right cover and protection when you set off on your trip, if the unexpected happens. By not declaring your condition, you’re putting yourself at risk should you need to make a claim that is related to your high blood pressure.

Our quick and easy process when buying your insurance means that we can offer you the best level of protection and reassurance for your holidays.

Why Choose Get Going?

1000's of medical conditions covered

24/7 emergency assistance team

£10m cover for emergencies

91%* of customers would recommend to a friend


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High blood pressure and safe flying

High blood pressure doesn’t need to limit your travels and jetting off abroad, and there isn’t any reason you won’t be able to fly. But, like any condition, it’s important to speak to your GP before your trip, ensuring you have the right medication and are fully prepared.

Top Tips for flying and high blood pressure

Flying can be daunting when you’re travelling with a medical condition, however, preparation is key, these tips will help give you the reassurance you need before you set foot onto the plane:

  • Ensure you accurately declare your medical condition and get travel insurance for high blood pressure sufferers.
  • Always pack your medication in your hand luggage, maybe even bring a reserve in case of emergency. Your Get Going policy will cover replacement of emergency prescription medication, if it is lost or stolen but it’s always best to have a reserve.
  • Leave for the airport with plenty of time to reduce the chance of high stress levels!
  • As a high blood pressure sufferer, you are more at risk of deep vein thrombosis. To minimise this risk while flying, either get up out of your seat, move around and have a stretch or try some seated exercises. Some of the exercises you might like to try include: Stretching out your legs and point your toes, rolling your shoulders back and forth, lifting up your feet to rotate your ankles.
  • Avoid drinking alcohol on your flight, instead drink plenty of water.
  • And bring your own food. Airlines will likely provide you with or offer you in-flight snacks but these are likely to contain added salt, which is not good for high blood pressure sufferers.

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*Please note, Get Going’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.



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