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How Do I Reduce the Chance of Becoming Disabled?



While sometimes a disability cannot necessarily be prevented, there are ways to reduce your risk of becoming disabled, being able to stay in work and not be solely dependent on social security disability benefits.

Often a disability occurs from an accident or an illness that cannot be prevented. However, some disabling conditions may be prevented if action is taken by individuals.

  1. Quit smoking
  2. Smoking is known for causing illnesses such as cancer and chronic bronchitis when there is no long-term cure and the victim is disabled for the rest of their life.

  3. Regular doctor visits
  4. These can help your doctor identify the early stage of potential disabling diseases before it’s too late so that they cannot be treated and you end up disabled for the rest of your life.

  5. Regular cancer screenings
  6. Taking part in regular cancer screenings such as getting your skin checked for the signs of early cancer could prolong life and prevent a disability from occurring.

  7. Regular exercise
  8. This is a known measure for preventing disabling diseases like strokes and heart attacks.

  9. Healthy diet
  10. Adding larger portions of fruit and vegetables while reducing dependence on fatty, red meat and processed meat like sausages can slow the progress of many disabling diseases.

  11. Avoid alcohol
  12. Drinking alcohol is a known cause of disease as well as increasing the chance of an accident taking place that could cause life-changing injuries and a long-term disability.

  13. Be mindful of your mental health
  14. Allowing depression to take place could cause more disabling conditions such as the inability to concentrate in a workplace situation and problems maintaining good workplace relations. This could lead to a mental disability and stop the victim from working.

  1. Quit smoking
  2. If you are a smoker, quit now and improve your health outcomes.

  3. Strong health care
  4. Make sure you look after your health and attend regular doctor’s visits if you have been diagnosed with a disability.

  5. Exercise
  6. Regular exercise may keep your heart healthy and improve your mental capabilities while you are suffering from a disability.

  7. Healthy diet
  8. There is nothing better than adding more fruit and vegetables and cutting down on consuming fatty food and red meat in your diet to improve your health and well-being while suffering from a disability.

  9. Avoid alcohol
  10. Giving up alcohol can help prevent your disability from getting worse and can also stop you from having an accident.

  11. Mental health
  12. Just because you have a disability does not mean you can’t keep your healthy.

If you are experiencing a disability that is keeping you from working, you may be eligible for disability benefits. Fill out the Free Case Evaluation to get connected with an independent Social Security Disability Attorney who subscribes to the website and may be able to help you with your case and answer any questions.

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