Tips On How To Receive Social Security Disability Benefits Due To Anxiety And Panic Disorders

Tips On How To Receive Social Security Disability Benefits Due To Anxiety And Panic Disorders

Panic attacks are very real and can be debilitating. A panic attack is an episode of terror, irrational fear or extreme distress. The attacks are sudden, intense, uncontrollable, terrifying and even physically painful at the time, and afterward leaving the person feeling raw, exhausted, humiliated and depressed. Panic attacks may arise from a specific triggering event or may occur without warning for no identifiable reason. Panic episodes are manifested in different ways, such as: racing heartbeat or chest pain, sweating, trembling, dizziness or fainting or shortness of breath or hyperventilating. The symptoms of an actual attack subside, but many people can be paralyzed by depression, anxiety and phobias from fearing the next uncontrollable episode. Panic attacks are a recognized anxiety disorder under Social Security Disability law. If you have a history of panic episodes in the workplace or cannot leave your home because of your condition, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits.

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