Travel can trigger fear and worry and may make you feel anxious even if you don’t have a diagnosed anxiety disorder. For people who do have an anxiety disorder – it’s the most common mental illness in the country, impacting 18% of the adult population – travel is downright scary. But even though travel takes you out of your comfort zone and can make you uneasy, it’s not a reason to stay home.
Here are some tips that may help ease your anxiety and improve your travel experience:
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