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Anemia and Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits

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Anemia is a condition that occurs when your blood does not have enough healthy red blood cells. Your red blood cells are the primary carriers of oxygen to your organs. Your body does not get a sufficient amount of iron if your red blood cells are also lacking in hemoglobin. The effects that anemia has on you occur because your organs are not getting a sufficient amount of oxygen. Anemia affects around 3.5 million people in the United States. It is the most common blood condition in America. It is most common in women and people with chronic diseases. Women are especially susceptible to iron-deficiency anemia during their childbearing years. This is due to the heightened demands of blood supply during pregnancy and the loss of blood during menstruation. Senior citizens are also more susceptible to getting anemia. This is because of poor diet and other medical conditions. There are more than 400 types of anemia. All of these are widely different in their causes and treatments. Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common type. Some forms are hereditary and can affect an infant from the time of birth. Some types of anemia are considered normal. An example is the iron-deficiency anemia that develops during pregnancy. Anemia can be mild and simply make you feel tired. However, some types of anemia can be severe and may present lifelong health problems. The primary effect of anemia on you is tiredness or fatigue. However, there are several other ways in which anemia can affect you. Some of these are by causing you to experience: §  Dizziness §  Headache §  Weakness and loss of energy §  Shortness of breath particularly with exercise §  Difficulty concentrating §  Chest pain §  Coldness or numbness in your extremities §  Pale skin §  An irregular or fast heartbeat particularly with exercise §  Insomnia §  Leg cramps. Complications that are associated with anemia can range from mild to severe. The effects caused by anemia can be disabling and cause life-long problems. Anemia and complications associated with it may be the reason that you or a loved one is unable to work. It may be the cause of your disability. Have you or your loved one applied for Social Security disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability caused by anemia and complications associated with it? Were you denied? You or your loved one may be planning on appealing the denial by the Social Security Administration. If you do, consider this. You will need a good disability lawyer like the one at to represent you in this process. The reason why this is true is because people who have a knowledgeable disability attorney representing them are approved more often than those people who are without a lawyer. This is something that could affect you or you loved one for the rest of your life. Do not delay. Do not wait. Contact the experienced disability attorney at, today.
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