Narcolepsy Disability and Social Security Benefits
What You Need to Know
Narcolepsy is a difficult condition to understand due to the limited amount of knowledge about the condition. Though it is undoubtedly a hard condition to cope with for sufferers as well as their friends and family as those who are unfimiliar with narcolepsy tend to react unfavorably.
Narcolepsy affects the functions of the brain as it is unable to regulate proper sleep cycles. Those who have narcolptic conditions usually suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS).
It is important for those who suffer from narcolepsy to start considering applying for social security disability as their conditions may result in a hazzardous situations making them unable to work. EDS can cause:
- Unexplained loss of muscle strength
- Temporary paralysis
- Lessened cognitive abilities
Moreover, these conditions certainly justify submitting a narcolepsy disability claim. Apply now.
Majority of individuals who suffer from narcolepsy determine that their conditions leave them unable to work safely or effectively. Since there is no known cure, treatment is based on sound medical advice. Working under these conditions can become extremely difficult. Apply for social security disability benefits to seek the compensation you deserve.
Certainly filing for SSD claims can be done independently, but to increase your chances of the Social Security Administartion approving your claims it is always helpful to have the advice of an experienced attorney to help you through the process. Our lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC are willing and able to help you during this process. Call our office today for a free consultation, 803-252-4800, and see how we can assist you while appling for benefits.