Most asthma sufferers are able to cope with asthma with the help of medications. Inhalers can work quickly to curb a severe attack and work well as long as they are not used too often. More than twice a week is too much. Long-term medications are also helpful.
However, if the asthma sufferer begins to lose sleep, miss work, and become worse, then he or she may consider applying for Social Security disability benefits. While no one wants to become dependent on the government, the bills must be paid, and there is no shame in asking for assistance when you really do need it.
Hopefully you have a good relationship with your doctor and are working together to control your asthma. Hopefully this disease has not disrupted your life too much. However, if it has, you might want to contact an experienced disability law specialist.
Keefe Disability Law can guide you through the complicated application process for asthma or any other medical condition. Call us toll free at 888-904-6847 today for a free case review.
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