Life Insurance Rates & Eligibility with Tachycardia
Tachycardia is typically defined as a heart rate that is greater than the normal range, over 100 beats per minute. The good news for those with Tachycardia, is that this condition may not negatively affect your premiums. If your elevated heart rate is less than 110 then you still may be eligible for the best rating class.
Other factors the underwriters may look at to determine your rate class with Tachycardia are:
*Are you taking any medications for the Tachycardia?
*Ever been hospitalized for Tachycardia?
*When was your diagnosed with Tachycardia?
*Any other health conditions?
If you were diagnosed with Tachycardia and you are looking for the best life insurance rates please click here for an instant quote. If you have any questions or if your elevated heart rate is greater than 110, please click here and submit your information.