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Can people with GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) be considered disabled and eligible to receive SSI for it? by David M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 4:41pm Posted:  GAD I recently started seeing a new psychiatrist, and he diagnosed me with GAD. However, my prior diagnosis was Bipolar disorder according to my old psychiatrist… I been collecting a social security income for a while, so can I still be considered disabled under GAD and still receive my SS benefits? According to the SS website, ... Read on »
National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week ~ PTSD by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Tue 05 May 2009 5:26pm TRIGGER WARNING ~ VIDEO IS GRAPHIC!!! Posttraumatic Stress Disorder can lead to suicide as people with the disorder become desperate to end the flashbacks and nightmares of the trauma that they endured this includes war veterans and others. Approximately, 5.2 million adult Americans attempt suicide. According to ... Read on »
Senior Health - About Anxiety Disorders - 33 Frequently Asked Questions And Answers by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 2:19pm NIH Senior Health 1. How is an anxiety disorder different from just feeling anxious or worried? If you have an anxiety disorder, worry or fear becomes long-term and may get worse instead of better as time goes on. Doctors and older adults tend to view anxiety and fear as normal given the circumstances of aging. But ... Read on »
Predicting Anxiety Disorders by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:11am Anxiety disorders are some of the most common brain diseases amongst adults and teens. Walter Kaye found that an anxiety disorder was the strongest risk factor for developing an eating disorder. The fact that researchers have found a better way to predict anxiety in teens is important in and of itself, but it might also be able to identify people a ... Read on »
Guest Blogger: Why You Should Be Jealous You Don't Suffer From An Anxiety Disorder by Untypically Jia Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 4:00am Three years ago I started my first blog to cope with suddenly being thrust into life as a stay-at-home mother of three. (Brittany can be read at her awesome blog, The Butterfly Mom and on Twitter ). Not that being a stay-at-home mom is a bad thing, it just is a bit difficult to swallow when you are no longer able to work because you are fighti ... Read on »
What You Should Know About Social Anxiety Disorder by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 7:13am Share This Page Feeling a little nervous or shy in certain social settings is perfectly normal. Situations such as giving a presentation, going on a first date, or trying something for the first time in front of others cause many people varying degrees of anxiety. While many people may equate social anxiety disorder wit ... Read on »
How do you know when everyday anxiety or stress becomes anxiety disorder? by John M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:50pm Lynn Friedmanis a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst and executive coach in Chevy Chase, Maryland, specializing in workplace and relationship concerns. She writes for theWashington Business Journaland the Washington Post interactive site and is on the associate faculty atJohns Hopkins University. Those interested in consulting her ... Read on »
Castlewood Treats Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, and Dissociation by castlewoodtc Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:10am Treating Eating Disorders with Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, and Dissociation Castlewood Treatment Center for eating disorders specializes in the treatment of all types of eating disorders as well as co-occurring Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, and Dissociative Disorders. At Castlewood, we understand that eating disorder symptoms are accompanied by a ... Read on »
Castlewood Treatment Center: ED, Anxiety Disorders, and PTSD by castlewoodtc Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 5:36am There are very few programs that combine state of the art Anxiety Disorder therapies with comprehensive Eating Disorder treatment. Not only do we provide both at Castlewood, in addition, trauma resolution therapies are blended when applicable. We are able to treat the Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, and any resulting Dissociative Disorders all while ... Read on »
The Top 100 Things You Should Know About Anxiety Disorders by Paul Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 11:29am Over the course of a decade you can learn a lot about anything.  You can become an expert at car repair, kitchen remodeling, hair styling, or in my case you can learn about all things anxiety.  Since 1999 I have been battling anxiety non-stop and as a result I’ve learned a thing or two about this topic. Many of my thoughts on this issue ... Read on »