Some people may have one or two isolated episodes, while others suffer from chronic, repeated, unpredictable panic attacks. This persistent pattern of panic attacks may be the basis for a diagnosis of an anxiety or panic disorder.
Common treatment for panic and anxiety disorders may include counseling, medication, or a combination of the two. However, for some, panic and anxiety symptoms may continue to be debilitating, even with treatment.
If a panic or anxiety disorder is making it impossible for you to work, you may be entitled to Social Security disability benefits. For answers to your questions about the Social Security disability process and a free, personalized disability consultation, call Keefe Disability Law toll-free at (888) 904-6847.