Yes, you can. However, many people have panic and anxiety disorder but it’s not of disabling severity. Often symptoms can be at least partially controlled or well controlled with medication. If that is the case, then the condition does not impair your ability to function in a way that it needs to be in order to claim Social Security Disability. For Social Security Disability your condition has to be so severe that despite medication and despite treatment with a psychiatrist and hopefully a psychologist or a therapist your condition is so severe that you cannot function in a job situation for at least a 12 month period of time.
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Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
Can I Work After I have been Approved Social Security Disability Benefits?
The answer to this question is more complex than you may think. There are many rules and regulations regarding work after you have been awarded disability benefits. If your health is improving
Changes to your Social Security Benefits in 2017
In 2017, Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Retirement recipients will see a slight increase in their monthly payments. Since there was an
Creating A My Social Security Account: Why it is Important
Creating a my social security account through the SSA’s website is a free and secure way to access your personal Social Security Information at any time. This account is beneficial for those who
How long does it take to get a decision on my SSD claim?
If you've applied for Social Security Disability, you've taken the first important step towards getting help. SSD is an insurance program for individuals whose disabilities prevent them from holding a
Social Security Disability FAQ:
What Are the 3 Most Common Physical Disabilities?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in four Americans live with a disability, leaving people to manage a condition that either limits or completely prevents
How Can I Get Social Security Disability Benefits if I Cannot Afford to Go to a Doctor for Regular Checkups?
Medical documentation of your health condition and related impairments plays a central role in getting Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. There is no doubt about it: You need your doctor’s
How Do I Check the Status on a Disability Claim or Case?
You can check the status on a disability claim or case in several ways, including online, over the phone, or at your local field office. Most people want to check the status of their case because of
What Is a Social Security Disability Technical Denial?
Before the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) disability examiners determine if your health impairments are severe enough to prevent you from working, they ensure you qualify based on a list of