Dealing with anxiety
If you’re experiencing a level of anxiety and are struggling with the symptoms and impact it’s having, it’s important to remember you’re not alone.
Whether you’re a Bupa customer or not, we’re here to help. This page offers advice on understanding anxiety and where to get support.
Tips on coping with anxiety
Stay connected with friends and family
The coronavirus pandemic has kept many of us apart through self-isolation, self-distancing and shielding. So we’ve suggested some helpful ways to make the most of your relationships right now.
Adjusting to life after lockdown
Perhaps getting a bit of normality back doesn’t feel normal to you at all right now. Here are six tips for coping with anxiety after lockdown.
Mental health support as part of Bupa health insurance
†Each story refers to mental health cover and reflects the experience of one particular Bupa member. The cover you choose will have specific terms and conditions and pre-existing conditions are normally excluded.
††Direct Access telephone services are available as long as the symptoms are covered under the policy. If your cover excludes conditions you had before your policy started, we’ll ask you to provide evidence from your GP that your symptoms are not pre-existing for a period of up to two years from policy start date (or up to five years in the case of mental health). We can then refer you to a consultant or therapist through the Direct Access service. Always call us first to check your eligibility.
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