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Getting Social Security Benefits for Your Anxiety
Anxiety is that feeling that most people get before a big exam, presentation or a first date. An anxiety disorder is an illness where overwhelming sensations of anxiety fill a person's life fears that are chronic, constant, and can grow progressively worse. People with anxiety disorders are tormented by panic attacks, obsessive thoughts, flashbacks of traumatic events, nightmares, or countless frightening physical symptoms. Some people with anxiety disorders become unable to even leave their own homes. Fortunately, research has shown that there are ways to effectively treat anxiety disorders. The information below was obtained from the National Institute of Mental Health at www.nimh.nih.gov.
For many people, anxiety by itself or related to other medical conditions, can be so overwhelming that it prevents concentration, thinking, or even leaving the home. If your anxiety prevents you from working and interferes with your daily living, you may qualify for financial assistance from Social Security. The most important thing you can do for your Social Security case is to see a mental health provider. Unlike with physical conditions, there are no x-rays or blood tests that can prove your anxiety. Therefore, accurate and continuous records of treatment are vital in winning your case.
Social Security evaluates each person's claim for benefits using the following five steps:
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At Disability Group, we have a team of advocates that specialize in mental health cases and are ready to give you a free evaluation of your case. Please see our list of Low cost/No cost health providers. Get an experienced representative to work on your case as early in the process as you can.
Anxiety disorders, as a group, are the most common mental illness in America . More than 19 million American adults are affected by these debilitating illnesses each year. Children and adolescents can also develop anxiety disorders also. It is common for an anxiety disorder to accompany depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, or another anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders can also co-exist with illnesses such as cancer or heart disease.
Types of treatments are combinations of medication and psychotherapy. Medications are similar to those given to patients with depression. Therapy like behavior modification and cognitive behavior therapy have yielded positive results. More information can be obtained at the website for the National Institute of Mental Health at www.nimh.nih.gov.
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