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Herniation Syndrome and Receiving Social Security Disability

Herniation syndrome is a disorder that is characterized by the connective tissue of your brain, cerebrospinal fluid and blood vessels becoming displaced outside of the compartments in your head where they are normally located. This comes about as the result of an increase in intracranial pressure. Intracranial pressure is the pressure inside of your skull. Your brain is the very center of your nervous system. Your brain is an extremely unique and interesting organ.  Your brain is the organ that has the job of monitoring and regulating your body’s actions and reactions. Your brain is receiving sensory information all of the time. Your brain quickly analyzes the data that it receives and then responds to it by regulating your bodily functions and actions. This increase in pressure leads to your brain expanding. However, due to the fact that your brain does not have any place to go inside of your skull, it results in your brain becoming severely damaged. Herniation syndrome may take place in different areas of your brain. Some of these include: Herniation syndrome is referred to in other ways. It is also known as tonsillar herniation, uncal herniation, herniation – brain, subfalcine herniation, brain herniation and transtentorial herniation. Herniation syndrome is the result of something inside of your skull that brings about pressure, which gets blood vessels, cerebrospinal fluid and brain tissue out of the positions where they are supposed to be in your brain. The thing that causes this to happen most of the time is swelling of your brain that comes from a head injury of some kind.

There are other things that can result in herniation syndrome

Some of these are:

Signs you might have Herniation Syndrome

There are many different signs and symptoms that you may experience, which may be an indication of herniation syndrome. Some of these may include: Have you become incapacitated and not able to work as a result of herniation syndrome and/or complications that have come about from it and/or other underlying illnesses that you have in conjunction with this disorder?  Get a FREE disability evaulation today to see if you qualify for social security disability benefits!