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Can I Apply for Social Security Disability with Sleep Apnea?

Posted by Scott Flexer

Sleep apnea is a condition where a person experience pauses in breathing or shallow breaths during their sleep. It often arises due to one being unable to maintain a constant airflow through their nose and mouth, causing shortness of breath. A person may stop breathing for up to 30 seconds at a time, and this may happen regularly throughout the night. Shortness of breath can lead to you being unable to maintain deep sleep during the night, causing excessive daytime sleepiness.

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