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Emotional Support Animal for Anxiety – How Can They Help?

The concept of using an emotional support animal for anxiety is not new. Animals, especially social animals like dogs, cats, rabbits and pigs are known to relieve stress, improve heart rate, and provide emotional support to people who need it. Naturally, patients suffering from anxiety and having such symptoms can find relief in the presence of a furry dog or cat. Research suggests there are more than 200,000 identified emotio

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3 Benefits of Living With Cats Backed by Science

The relationship between humans and animals goes back centuries. Over time the basis of relationship has evolved from that of utility to love and care. Today, more than ever, we keep pets for companionship over anything else. Cats and dogs have moved past living outside the house to next to our beds.    Through scientific research and anecdotal evidence associated

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New Rules Allow Airlines to Ban ESA From Flights: Here’s What You Need to Keep in Mind

The US Department of Transportation has issued new guidelines regarding emotional support animals. The guidelines clearly state that as soon as the law takes effect, ESAs will be treated as pets. This also means that the pets will travel in the plane's cargo, for which the airline authorities can charge fees from the pet owner.  On the other hand, the only animals that can

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Five Emotional Support Dogs on Instagram to Inspire You to Get an ESA Letter Right Now!

  Suffering from a mental ailment but still don’t have an ESA letter? Well, that’s odd.   Do you need some inspiration? I mean, maybe, you want to get an ESA letter but are confused if you really should or not. Perhaps you think you’re not ready for the responsibility of a pet. Or maybe you are confused if

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ESA and Mental Health: How Are They Connected?

Have you ever been around a fluffy dog or cat? I bet your talking voice suddenly changes to a baby voice at the sight of them. I’m guilty of doing it all the time. You might have also observed that no matter the state of mind you are in, a wagging tail and a purring ball of fur takes you into a different world. At that moment, all you want to do is give it a rub and call it a good boy or girl. Ah! I feel happy ju

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4 Ways to Keep The Holiday Spirit Alive Post Thanksgiving With Your ESA

Now that we have filled our bellies with turkey and expressed our thanks to our loved ones, it’s time to prepare for all the festivities that await us in the next month. With the end of Thanksgiving, it’s only the start of the holiday season. But, there are still a few days until the final day. Also, with the third wave of coronavirus hitting the country, there isn’t much that you can do to keep the celebrati

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4 Ways to Stay at Home & Celebrate Thanksgiving With Your ESA This Season

The holiday season has finally reached one of my favorite festivals- Thanksgiving. It’s time for all the friends and family to meet and enjoy the moment with good food and a deliciously cooked turkey. Most importantly, it’s time to show your thanks to people for being a part of your life. Since we are being thankful, why not celebrate Thanksgiving a little differently this year and include our Emotional support animal in the celebration. I

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Emotional Support Animal Letter For Depression- How Does it Help?

Major depressive disorders are the leading cause of disabilities for ages 15 to 44. The constant feelings of rejection, the guilt of being a nobody makes more than 17 million adults feel restless or edgy most of the time. Conventional anti-depressants do offer a lot but are unable to deliver any effective results. So, patients are turning towards ESA letter for embrac

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Suffering From PTSD? Get an Emotional Support Animal Today

A new research by MORE TH>N Pet Insurance,77% of the pet owners say their animals have made their life better. Participants agreed with the fact that pets provide more emotional support as compared to family and friends. Mental health is as important as physical health. If you’re mentally ill, you can’t focus on work and live happi

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Learn to Manage Depression With An Emotional Support Animal

Life is like a roller coaster. It can take you up or down. Gives you the thrill. It scares you and even makes you puke. This is when an emotional support animal comes to your rescue So it definitely can get difficult to cope up with life and the problems that come along. You might have your seat belt buckled in but still, you may fall.