Travelling There should be nothing to stop you from travelling with Addison's Disease. Before You Go Travel Tips Making the most of the holidays: tips and reminders Members' travel tips Adrenal Crisis Guidelines We've put together the following adrenal crisis guidelines, in a variety of languages. Simply download and print these before you travel! Cantonese Our thanks to Heather Mocatta and her GP in Hong Kong and to ADSHG trustee Phillip Yeoh for their assistance in translating these guidelines German Our thanks to Professor Wiebke Arlt of Birmingham Medical School and Julie Watson for their assistance with the German translation. Greek Our thanks to Dr Harry Kafetzidis, Dr Elena Ioannidou and Julie Watson for their work on the Greek translation. French Our thanks to Pierre-Andre and Marie-Helene Mourgue d'Algue, the French Association Surrenales, Julie Watson and colleagues at the University of Southampton for their assistance with the French translation. Italian Our thanks to Prof. Corrado Betterle, Antonella Campodall'Orto and the Associazione Italiana Pazienti Addison for their assistance with the Italian translation. Mandarin Our thanks go to Zhou Yingxia (senior endocrine nurse at Ruijin Hospital, China), Fan Yinghong (Chinese teacher, Old Welwyn, UK), Steve Barker (now retired from the British Council) and to ADSHG trustee Phillip Yeoh for their assistance in translating these guidelines. Portuguese Our thanks to Dr Manuel Carlos Lemos of the Health Sciences Research Centre, University of Beira Interior and Julie Watson and colleagues at the University of Southampton for their assistance with the Portuguese translation. Spanish Our thanks to Dr Susan Webb of Barcelona Medical School and Estibaliz Gomez Unzueta for their assistance with the Spanish translation. Thai Our thanks to Dr Petpring Prajuabpansri of Bumrungrad International Hospital in Bangkok and colleagues of Andrew Glass at the British Council in Thailand for their assistance with the Thai translation. Russian We would like to thank Dr George Sikhaluridze of the MedicAlert Foundation UK for his work in developing the translation.