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Depression and anxiety affects the brain


Georgia residents may be interested to hear that according to numerous studies, almost 50 percent of individuals who have a one mental illness also suffer from a second mental illness concurrently. For example, if an individual has depression, they may also exhibit symptoms of other mental illnesses, such as anxiety. For this reason, researchers have funneled their efforts to determining the risk factors that point to mental illnesses.

Georgia attorneys help those with mental disorders seek benefits


Mental disabilities often go by silent and unnoticed. After all, it is easy to see why a person in a wheelchair or carrying an oxygen tank may be disabled, but mental disorders carry no physical. And, there is still a stigma attached to mental disabilities, even if the person has sought treatment.

Understanding how to qualify for disability for mental conditions


Disabilities due to mental conditions can have an impact on families and can prevent disabled individuals from earning a living to support their families. Social Security Disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income provide options for disabled individuals. However, it can be difficult to successfully obtain much-needed benefits. Most applications, in fact, are denied. But, there is a rigorous appeals process available to applicants.

Can Atlanta residents receive SSD benefits for brain injuries?


When Atlanta residents have suffered a brain injury and have experienced possibly permanent disability as a result, they may wonder what help is available for the overwhelming physical, financial and emotional costs commonly associated with a traumatic brain injury. There are a variety of different resources available, including potential Social Security Disability benefits or other benefits offered through Social Security, depending on what you may qualify for.

Dispelling Social Security disability myths


There are a variety of Social Security disability myths that may prevent some disabled individuals from seeking benefits, so it is important to be familiar with the facts concerning SSD benefits. It is important to understand that thinking about disability can be important for everyone. Greater than 1-in-4 20 year olds become disabled before they reach retirement age, so suffering with a disability, unfortunately, may be more common than many workers realize.

Disability benefits basics for qualifying medical conditions


Mental disabilities can be a serious concern, preventing disabled individuals from earning an income to support themselves and their families. Different resources, such as Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income, may be available to help disabled individuals cover the basic expenses of daily life, however, disability benefits can be difficult to obtain. A number of applications for disability benefits are initially denied which is why it is important to understand how to properly approach applying for benefits and appealing a denial of benefits if necessary.

Closed end benefits and mental disabilities

Obtaining temporary Social Security disability benefits for issues related to mental health has a reputation for being a very difficult and uncertain process. However, with proper preparation and an understanding of how the acceptance process works, the odds of having your disability claim accepted and receiving the benefits you need increase significantly.

Social Security disability options for mental conditions


Social Security disability benefits may be available for disabled individuals who suffer from mental conditions; they may be able to receive Social Security disability or Supplemental Security Income. Essentially, qualifying for SSD is based on work history, while SSI is based on need. Both may be available based on a disability caused by a medical condition or mental condition.

Social Security disability benefits for mental conditions


Social Security disability benefits can provide financial relief to individuals suffering from medical conditions that include mental health conditions. For those who are unable to work on account of their disability, the SSD system can help them find the financial stability they need to focus on receiving adequate medical treatment and continue to live a normal life without fear of falling into deep poverty.

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