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Category: Illnesses - Peripheral Neuropathy

Long Term Disability for Dysautonomia: What You Need to Know

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Is dysautonomia disabling?

Dysautonomia can indeed be disabling, as it encompasses a group of disorders that affect the autonomic nervous system, which controls many vital bodily functions.  The severity of dysautonomia symptoms can vary from person to person, but in more severe cases, they can significantly impair your ability to maintain gainful employment.  However, whether your dysautonomia symptoms result in disability depends on the specific type and severity of your condition.

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Disability For Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy Illnesses

Peripheral neuropathy is a serious condition resulting from damage to your peripheral nerves – those outside your brain and spinal cord. The causes of peripheral neuropathy vary, but the condition is typically marked by painful tingling in the hands and feet called paresthesia.

The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy (paresthesia, muscle weakness, and more) can be serious enough to preclude you from work. If you’re in this position, you may have questions on how best to present your peripheral neuropathy to your insurance company for benefit approval.

Here are several things you need to know before filing your long term disability claim for peripheral neuropathy.

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