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Dysmorphic Syndrome and Receiving Social Security Disability

Anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that is used for several different kinds of abnormal, pathological phobia, fears and anxiety. Anxiety disorder refers to nervous system disorders as irrational or illogical worry that does not have a basis in fact. An anxiety disorder is a serious condition that is marked by several things. It is characterized by extreme, chronic anxiety which disturbs thought, behavior, mood and/or physiological activity. Anxiety disorder is a big problem in the United States. About 19,000,000 adults have some kind of anxiety disorder in America according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Depending on each individual case, dysmorphic syndrome may be considered an anxiety disorder or part of an eating disorder, or both. Dysmorphic syndrome is a preoccupation with and an excessive concern about a perceived defect in your physical features. It includes an excessive or debilitating fear of being judged by others.  Dysmorphic syndrome is an overwhelming fear of not being socially accepted because of your body image. Your may complain about several specific physical features or one single feature. You may complain about a vague feature or your physical appearance in general. This may lead to psychological distress that impairs your ability to function socially and/or to work. Dysmorphic syndrome may cause you severe depression and anxiety or lead to the development of other anxiety disorders, social withdrawal or complete social isolation. There are several signs and symptoms that you may experience that may indicate that you have dysmorphic syndrome. Some of these include: You or a loved one may be suffering from dysmorphic syndrome. Dysmorphic syndrome and/or complications that have resulted from it or other disorders that you have besides this syndrome may have led to you or your loved one’s disability and need for financial assistance. You or your loved one may plan on applying for the financial help that you need from the Social Security Administration by applying for Social Security disability benefits or disability benefits because of the disability caused by dysmorphic syndrome and/or complications that have resulted from it or other disorders that you have besides this syndrome. You may have already applied and been denied by the Social Security Administration. If you or your loved one thinks about reapplying or appealing the denial, remember this. People who have a disability attorney working for them like the one you will find at are approved more often than people who are not represented by a disability lawyer. Please do not delay. Contact the disability attorney at, today.