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Respiratory Acidosis and Receiving Social Security Disability

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Acidosis is excessive blood acidity that is caused by an overabundance of acid in your blood, or by a buildup of carbon dioxide in your blood that results from poor lung function, slow breathing or a loss of bicarbonate from your blood. Your blood will become acidic if an increase in acid is too much for your body's pH buffering systems to handle. The parts of your brain that regulate breathing are stimulated to produce faster and deeper breathing when your pH drops. This increases the amount of carbon dioxide that you exhale. Your kidneys also try to compensate for this by excreting more acid in your urine. However, both of these mechanisms can be overwhelmed if your body continues to make too much acid. This can result in severe acidosis and eventually a coma. Respiratory acidosis is a form of acidosis where your lungs are not able to remove all of the carbon dioxide that your body is making. When this happens, your body’s acid-base balance causes body fluids to be too acidic. This is especially true concerning your blood. Respiratory acidosis is caused by your lungs not being able to expel carbon dioxide the way that they should. This may result from several things. These may include: There are several signs and symptoms that you may experience with respiratory acidosis. Some of these are: You or a loved one may be suffering from respiratory acidosis. It is well to remember that respiratory acidosis is a condition that results from some underlying disease or disorder. Respiratory acidosis and/or complications that have developed from it or the underling disease or disorder that caused this condition may have caused you or your loved one’s disability and be what is preventing you from working. You may need help if this is the case. You may need financial assistance. You or your loved one may have decided to apply 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 that has resulted from respiratory acidosis and/or complications that have been brought about by it or the disease or disorder that caused this condition. You may have already taken this step, and your application was denied by the Social Security Administration. If you or your loved one is intending to reapply or appeal the denial, there is an important fact that you may not be aware of that you really need to keep in mind. The fact is that people who have a disability lawyer standing with them like the one you will find at are approved more often than people who are not represented by a disability attorney. Please do not wait or put this off until tomorrow. Contact the disability lawyer at, today.
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