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Grand Mal Seizures Can Lead To Social Security Disability Benefits

Grand mal seizures involve the whole body and a loss of consciousness often occurs along with muscle contraction and stiffness. Grand Mal seizures also called tonic-clonic seizures occur due to electrical disturbances within the brain of a person. The severity and type of symptoms experienced by each person largely depends on the part of brain […]

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Disabling Condition: Neurological Disorders

Conditions covered include epilepsy/seizures (grand mal, petit mal), stroke, brain or spinal cord tumors, brain trauma, Parkinson, cerebral palsy, MS, ALS, MD, peripheral neuropathies. Seizures What is the frequency and duration of your seizures? Are you on medications to control your seizures? Does your doctor take blood to check to see how much of this […]

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What Does a Seizure Feel Like?

A seizure occurs when there is a disruption to normal brain activity. There are numerous causes for seizures, although often a doctor will find no reason at all that a patient is suffering from seizures. Seizures affect millions of people across the world, from all walks of life. For most sufferers of seizures, there will […]

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Seizures Can Be a Disabling Medical Condition

A seizure is essentially a disruption to normal brain activity which can change the movements, behaviors or feelings of the person who is having the seizure. The brain and central nervous systems are continually sending and receiving messages all around the body. Sometimes there is a problem with these messages or they are disrupted. When […]

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What Causes a Stroke, and What Happens During a Stroke?

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If you have suffered from a full-blown stroke, you may be eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits.  Stroke is mentioned in the medical conditions listings in the Social Security Administration’s impairment listing manual or “blue book.”  If someone who had a stroke meets the criteria of the listing, he or she should win Social […]

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Grand Mal Seizures Can Lead To Social Security Disability Benefits

Grand mal seizures involve the whole body and a loss of consciousness often occurs along with muscle contraction and stiffness. Grand Mal seizures also called tonic-clonic seizures occur due to electrical disturbances within the brain of a person. The severity and type of symptoms experienced by each person largely depends on the part of brain […]

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Serious Strokes Could Make Someone Disabled

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A stroke has been for a long time a leading cause of long-term serious disabilities and early death. Unhealthy life-style, smoking, uncontrolled high blood pressure, rise in number of people with cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and alcohol over-use are all major contributing factors in such emergence of the stroke epidemic all over the world. Strokes are […]

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Winning Social Security Disability Benefits with Seizures

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Those who suffer from frequent seizures will often feel like they have a disabling condition that makes the very simplest tasks in life seem impossible. If you have frequent seizures you may find it difficult to get a drivers license, hold employment or take on other active roles within your community. Seizures and conditions like […]

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