The fear of traveling is one of the most common forms of anxiety. It is often accompanied by physical symptoms such as stomach problems, headaches, insomnia, and irritability.
For some, this fear results from a fear of flying. For others, it stems from the fear being in unfamiliar situations. Either way, fear shouldn’t rob you the joys of experiencing life. Here are some ways you can manage your travel anxiety.
Anxiety results from the feelings of not being in control. To negate this, list down every detail of your travel. For example, if you’re taking a Cruise Lady LDS vacation to Israel:
Finally, it’s important to note that anxiety is a cumulative disorder. When you allow stress to take over one area of your life, it quickly spreads to influence everything else in your life. If you have persistent generalized anxiety disorder, dealing with it will help you fight other occasional anxieties such as travel anxiety.