Many physical disabilities are covered by Social Security disability benefits, which might lead you to believe that you cannot get support unless you are physically disabled. However, you should know that if you have a condition that affects your mental health, you do not have to suffer. An anxiety disorder is just one type of psychological condition that may be covered by the SSA, depending on how severe it is.
Millions of Americans suffer from one of several types of anxiety disorders. For some people, the issue is mild and does not affect their daily lives, meaning that they can still work full-time. For others, the condition is severe, making it impossible for them to stay at a job for very long. Those with anxiety disorders may experience one or several of the following:
Of course, anxiety disorders may be characterized by many more symptoms than these. Often, you may experience depression along with your anxiety disorder. If your condition is severe enough that it strongly affects your life, you have probably sought treatment through medical doctors and counselors. As long as you have the documentation of this you have a chance at getting Social Security disability benefits for this condition.
Once you get a advocate and apply for disability payments, you will find that you do not have to suffer through your condition. If it affects your life enough that you cannot work, you shouldn't have to spiral into poverty or extreme debt just to live life. Find out from a advocate how to apply for benefits today.
If you or your loved one are suffering from a severe physical or mental disability, you should contact a Social Security Disability advocate immediately to learn about your rights and determine eligibility. The process of securing Social Security Disability Insurance benefits and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be difficult and overwhelming. Don't go it alone! The disability advocates at LaVan & Neidenberg, located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL understand the inner workings of the Social Security Administration and will help you navigate the system. Call us today for a FREE consultation - 1-888-234-5758.
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