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Sleep Disorders

Suffering from sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, cataplexy and narcolepsy can seriously disrupt your life. Without enough sleep, your motor skills, cognitive abilities and mood may be severely impaired.
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Arthritis

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), arthritis is the most common cause of disability in the United States.
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Back & Spine Conditions

Back pain can arise from a number of incidents — car accidents, slip and falls, failed surgery or, more simply still, aging. Regardless of its cause, back pain can be so severe and debilitating that it prevents one from getting out of bed, caring for oneself or going to work. Some people need assistance just to walk or stand.
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Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic depression) causes people to cycle between high states (mania) and depressive states. The condition, with its unpredictable ups and downs, can prevent a person from maintaining stable employment.
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Can Family Members Share In SSDI Benefits?

When you have a disability and apply for Social Security Disability Insurance, you’ll likely have a lot of questions about the process and benefits. You may also wonder whether the benefits are restricted to you or if your family members can also share in the benefits.
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Work History Requirements For Social Security Disability

There are a couple of different components to qualifying for Social Security disability (SSD) benefits. One of those is work history requirements which is it helpful for applicants for disability benefits to be familiar with. Applicants for disability must meet both work history requirements and suffer from a medical condition that prevents them from working.
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ALJ: A Key Acronym To Note For Many SSD Claimants

“You do not have to accept the first answer to your claim.” That is important to note for many Social Security Disability applicants in Ohio and nationally. Here’s why: Legions of them – most claimants, in fact – suffer denials of their initial applications for benefits.
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What To Expect At A Social Security Disability Hearing

There are several levels of appeal during the Social Security disability process. One of those is the administrative hearing which follows the request for reconsideration. If the claim for Social Security disability (SSD) remains denied after the request for reconsideration, the disabled applicant has 60 days to request an administrative hearing and should know what to expect during it.
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What Is The Compassionate Allowances List?

Applying for and qualifying for Social Security disability benefits can be both daunting and challenging. For that reason, disabled applicants for disability benefits should be familiar with how to qualify and what the compassionate allowances list is and how it may help them.
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