Don’t Be Afraid to Add Depression or Anxiety to Your SSD Claim

If you are ill or have been injured and are not able to work, you are probably dealing with a variety of emotions. Fears about your finances, worries about your ability to be a responsive spouse and parent, and changes in your self-perception can all cause sleepless nights. It is hard to be positive and optimistic when both your body and your career have taken a hit at the same time. If your physical condition causes you chronic pain, it is even more likely that you are suffering anxiety or depression in addition to your physical illness or injury. Read More

Will My Sleeping Disorder Qualify Me for Social Security Disability (SSD)?

Unless you’ve faced the challenges that come with a sleep-related breathing disorder, it’s impossible to understand how such a condition can impact your ability to lead a normal life. When you cannot get a good night’s sleep, your body suffers. You can’t renew yourself physically or mentally. Your mind becomes foggy, often unable to concentrate on daily activities and responsibilities. This substantially reduces your quality of life and may result in difficulty maintaining full-time work. Read More

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