Among the most common types of ailments veterans are suffering from are sleep disorders. Both PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have been found to increase the chances of a veteran developing some type of sleep disorder. Sleep's importance for a person's health is very underrated. But the truth is, if a person's sleep is affected by a sleep disorder, it can lead to other health problems in the future. For example, sleep apnea can lead to heart conditions. Sleep is very important and should not be brushed aside as unimportant.
At the Berry Law Firm, our seasoned VA benefits attorneys represent veterans throughout the United States. We are committed to providing quality and effective legal representation to the men and women who have served our country and sacrificed so much. At the very least, our veterans are entitled to the benefits and compensation that they deserve.
It is not uncommon for an injured veteran to have more than one illness or disorder, as one can lead to others, in the case of sleep disorders. We provide experienced VA disability representation for all types of claims. Talk to us in a free consultation. Contact us online.
Veterans With Sleep Disorders and Sleep Apnea
Any injury that affects a person's brain, whether actual blunt trauma through a physical injury (TBI) or psychological and mental disorders, can lead to a sleep disorder. There are a variety of sleep disorders out there, some of which include:
- Sleep apnea/obstructive sleep apnea
- Daytime somnolence
Sleep apnea is very serious and should not be taken lightly. This is a condition in which a person can actually stop breathing several times throughout the night. Eventually, this not only causes fatigue, but can affect a person's heart.
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Are you a veteran suffering from a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea? Has the VA denied your claim? Please call 888-822-7079 or contact us online today. Our VA disability compensation law firm represents veterans across the United States.