John L. Keefe
It seems that if you ask anyone, most people have experienced some level of anxiety at one point in their lives or another. The feeling of being anxious about something may be common, but the extent to which it impacts your mental health and daily life varies greatly depending on the cause for a person’s anxiety.
One of the ways that anxiety differs is the extent of the symptoms you experience. These may be mild, or they may be so severe that they regularly disrupt your daily life. The following are common signs of a more severe feeling of anxiety:
- Overwhelming panic or fear, usually caused by a phobia
- Obsessive and uncontrollable thoughts, usually caused by obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Nightmares from a panic disorder
- Traumatic, intrusive memories from post-traumatic stress disorder
- Increased heart rate
Manchester Social Security disability (SSD) covers anxiety-related disorders. However, in order to receive benefits, you must qualify under the rigid guidelines of the Social Security Administration. You must have experienced these or other symptoms for over a year. In addition, the professionals you work with must also anticipate that you will continue to experience these symptoms for at least another year. Then, the symptoms associated with your disorder must disable your social life, mental alertness, daily living, or ability to work gainfully.
With so many strict guidelines, gaining access to the Social Security disability benefits you need can be difficult. If you have been denied benefits for your anxiety-related disorder, it is critical that you seek the professional guidance of a New Hampshire Social Security attorney. Call us at 888-904-6847 today to schedule your appointment.
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