VIDEO FOR VETS: Help Getting VA Benefits If You’re Suffering From Panic Disorder
Panic Disorder in Veterans
Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where a person has repeated attacks of intense fear that something bad will happen, this leading to reoccurring panic attacks. Hi, I’m Mike Woods, a Veteran’s Disability Benefits Lawyer at Woods & Woods – The Veteran’s Firm. Many veterans deal with panic disorder on a day to day basis. Panic attacks begin suddenly and some symptoms may continue for an hour or more. People with panic disorder may also have symptoms of alcoholism, depression, and drug abuse.
Vets With Panic Disorder May Suffer From PTSD
It is not uncommon for people with post- traumatic stress disorder to also have panic disorder. People with panic disorder often live in fear of another attack. There are many symptoms that will occur during an attack including chest pain, faintness, fear of dying, numbness, shaking, and many more.
VA Benefits Help
If you are a veteran and have panic disorder call us right now at 888-959-9908 – the call is free – the advice is free. Veteran’s disability compensation payments are available to veterans with a service related illness or injury which was aggravated by military service. At Woods and Woods we help veterans with disability claims. We help with all the VA forms and there is no cost to you unless we win. We even help file the appeals. If you’ve been denied your Veteran’s disability benefits or feel you may have been rated too low by the Veteran’s Administration – Don’t give up! Our VA Disability Lawyers here to help you through this process. Please call our nationwide toll free number 888-959-9908.