Emotional Support Animal Blog

  • Feeling Anxious? 7 Natural Ways To Become More Calm And Confident
    by Steve Gilsenan on April 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    “How can I reduce my anxiety and gain confidence?” This is a very commonly asked question. Millions of people, from all walks of life and in every corner of the world, suffer from anxiety and low confidence. If you can be calm and confident, however, you can be more effective in life. Life can also The post Feeling Anxious? 7 Natural Ways To Become More Calm And Confident appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 6 Best ESAs For Senior Citizens
    by Erin Konrad on April 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Emotional support animals (ESAs) can be beneficial for anyone to own because they can provide a constant source of love and companionship. But for senior citizens, they can be even more helpful. Having a pet can help an elderly person feel less lonely and can give their life purpose as they help care for their The post 6 Best ESAs For Senior Citizens appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Will I Need To Vaccinate My ESA Against COVID?
    by moosh-admin on April 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting people’s lives since early 2020. With widespread safety measures put in place, the spread of the infection has begun to slow in many areas in 2021, but the lifting of lockdown measures has seen many areas experience second or even third waves of the outbreak. With the risk of The post Will I Need To Vaccinate My ESA Against COVID? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Traveling By Road With Your Emotional Support Animal? Don’t Forget These 12 Items
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Planning vacations and trips with your emotional support animal can be super fun. Millions of emotional support animal owners every year enjoy taking a much-deserved road trip or vacation with their ESA best friend. Traveling by road is safe and easy with your emotional support animal, if you do it right. But whether you’re taking The post Traveling By Road With Your Emotional Support Animal? Don’t Forget These 12 Items appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Do Single People Benefit More From The Company Of Animals?
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Anyone can benefit from the company of an emotional support animal. ESAs provide love, companionship, and a sense of purpose in life. In 2021, millions of Americans are enjoying the mental health benefits that ESA ownership bring. Emotional support pets improve quality of life for a range of different people who suffer from a wide The post Do Single People Benefit More From The Company Of Animals? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • How To Get A Legitimate ESA Dog
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    How to get a legitimate ESA dog: it’s something that more people than ever are now wondering. Emotional support animals are especially relevant in 2021 as COVID lockdowns continue and a large number of people are suffering from mental health problems brought on by pandemic anxiety, lockdown loneliness, and financial stress. An emotional support dog The post How To Get A Legitimate ESA Dog appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Which Animals Are Best Suited To Be ESAs For The Elderly?
    by Erin Konrad on March 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Owning a pet can be a positive undertaking for people of all ages. Pets can serve as a constant companion and a loyal and loving friend. They also help people become more social and help them to live longer than non-pet owners. Pets that serve as emotional support animals (ESAs) can be beneficial for all The post Which Animals Are Best Suited To Be ESAs For The Elderly? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Why Pandemic-Induced Loneliness Is a Real Danger To Your Mental Health (And How To Combat It!)
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Pandemic-induced loneliness is a major problem that is affecting people all over the world. Being locked down for months on end is unprecedented and most of us have never had to endure anything similar before in our lives. Not being able to meet friends and family, or even to have minor interactions with strangers, is The post Why Pandemic-Induced Loneliness Is a Real Danger To Your Mental Health (And How To Combat It!) appeared first on Mooshme.

  • The Benefits Of Animal-Assisted Therapy To The Health Of Older Individuals
    by Erin Konrad on March 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Animals can do so many wonderful things for us humans, including offering companionship and comfort. But researchers are finding they have an ability to actually make us healthier, too. One of these points is proven when we look at the benefits of animal-assisted therapy to the health of older individuals. To find out more about The post The Benefits Of Animal-Assisted Therapy To The Health Of Older Individuals appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 7 Ways ESA Pet Owners Can Prepare For Another Lockdown
    by Steve Gilsenan on February 28, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The COVID-19 pandemic is proving difficult to get under control. Infection numbers are still high and lockdowns, while effective, are not a silver bullet. While vaccines are being administered, the virus still poses a big risk to people’s health. It seems highly likely that lockdowns will need to continue well into 2021. Lockdowns are difficult The post 7 Ways ESA Pet Owners Can Prepare For Another Lockdown appeared first on Mooshme.

MMJ Blog

  • Do Your Bones Ache In The Cold? 5 Ways To Treat Symptoms Of Arthritis
    by MMJRecs on April 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    It’s a chilly evening outside, and the freezing temperatures aren’t doing your arthritis any favors. Do your bones ache in the cold? If so, you’re not alone – many arthritis patients find that the cold weather makes their condition worse. The post Do Your Bones Ache In The Cold? 5 Ways To Treat Symptoms Of Arthritis appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Vaccinations And MMJ: All You Need To Know
    by Erin Konrad on April 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Now that the COVID-19 vaccine has arrived, it’s starting to feel like we just might make it to the other side of this pandemic. But because we’re still in the early stages of getting people vaccinated, there are still a The post Vaccinations And MMJ: All You Need To Know appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • How Do You Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Missouri?
    by Steve on April 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Medical marijuana became legal in Missouri in 2018 when Missourians voted to enact Amendment 2, which legalized MMJ as a treatment option for a variety of medical conditions. In late 2019, the state of Missouri began awarding licenses to MMJ The post How Do You Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Missouri? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • 7 Tips On Treating Symptoms Of “Old Age”
    by Erin Konrad on March 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    As you get older, there are tons of changes that can occur in nearly every part of your body and mind. Some of these signs of aging can be relatively minor and won’t affect your day-to-day life, while others can The post 7 Tips On Treating Symptoms Of “Old Age” appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Why Anxiety Is An Overlooked Mental Health Disorder (And 5 Tips On How To Treat It)
    by Steve on March 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Anxiety can be provoked by an infinite number of situations, scenarios, thoughts, and/or biochemical reactions. It’s a feeling that everybody experiences from time to time, and yet every person’s anxiety feels different. Anxiety can be triggered in one person by The post Why Anxiety Is An Overlooked Mental Health Disorder (And 5 Tips On How To Treat It) appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Medical Marijuana And Immunity In The Winter: All You Need To Know
    by MMJRecs on March 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The winter months are the prime time for colds and flus. Between spending more time indoors with poor air circulation, and the fact that viruses tend to thrive in cold, low-humidity conditions, winter makes it much easier for people to The post Medical Marijuana And Immunity In The Winter: All You Need To Know appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Senior Citizens: 4 Tips On Staying Healthy Throughout The Year
    by Erin Konrad on March 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    As we grow older, it becomes especially important to keep on top of our health. Every human body accrues wear and tear as the years go by; this is an unavoidable aspect of life. But it doesn’t mean that we The post Senior Citizens: 4 Tips On Staying Healthy Throughout The Year appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Would Dosing With MMJ Affect The COVID Vaccine?
    by MMJRecs on March 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The COVID-19 pandemic is still in force after kicking off at the beginning of last year. The numbers rose steadily, and at the time of writing, over 107 million people have contracted the virus, with 2.3 million having lost their The post Would Dosing With MMJ Affect The COVID Vaccine? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Can Herbal Remedies Really Treat Arthritis?
    by MMJRecs on March 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    More and more people are looking to supplement their current chronic illness treatment plans with natural remedies. Many natural medicine options can provide relief from a variety of different ailments and the debilitating symptoms that often go along with them. The post Can Herbal Remedies Really Treat Arthritis? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Is Coronavirus Mainly Spread By Coughing? How MMJ Smokers Can Reduce Their Risk
    by MMJRecs on February 28, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the early months of 2020, many people have been affected by the disease. Roughly 103 million people have contracted the virus at the time of writing, with over two million of those The post Is Coronavirus Mainly Spread By Coughing? How MMJ Smokers Can Reduce Their Risk appeared first on MMJRecs.

Disabled Parking Blog

  • How Disabled EV Drivers Can Make Sure They Get The Most Out Of Their Electric Car
    by Admin on April 16, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Electric cars are surging in popularity because of all the benefits they offer. Aside from the fact that drivers no longer have to pay for gas, electric vehicles are much cleaner for the environment and can cut a person’s carbon footprint significantly. When it comes to disabled drivers, it may be hard to determine what The post How Disabled EV Drivers Can Make Sure They Get The Most Out Of Their Electric Car appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Why Is Driving So Tiring? How To Avoid Getting Sleepy Behind The Wheel
    by Admin on April 12, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    You’re cruising down the highway, with a long drive ahead of you. You slowly notice that your eyes are starting to close, and before you know it you’re veering into the lane next to you. So why is driving so tiring? And what can you do to stay alert behind the wheel? All drivers quickly The post Why Is Driving So Tiring? How To Avoid Getting Sleepy Behind The Wheel appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • 7 Tips On How To Avoid Driving Distracted
    by Stephen Gilsenan on April 9, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Knowing how to avoid driving distracted is extremely important. In fact, it is crucial, because distracted driving is a major cause of serious injury and death on the road. Distracted driving causes thousands of car accidents every day on American roads. And sadly, many Americans have ended up permanently disabled because either they or another The post 7 Tips On How To Avoid Driving Distracted appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Why Driving Angry Should Be Avoided At All Costs
    by Admin on April 2, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    There are certain situations where emotions can get in the way of better judgement while driving a car. It’s nothing to do with a failing of character or will; getting angry behind the wheel can happen to anyone. Whether it’s leftover anger from of a problem that occurred prior to getting into the car, or The post Why Driving Angry Should Be Avoided At All Costs appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Parking Your Car At The Doctor’s Office: How To Maintain Social Distance
    by Stephen Gilsenan on March 26, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The coronavirus pandemic is still taking its course in the US. Many areas of the country still have high infection rates; COVID-19 is causing a lot of people to get sick and death rates are still high. There is also a lot of psychological suffering being caused indirectly by the pandemic. People are suffering from The post Parking Your Car At The Doctor’s Office: How To Maintain Social Distance appeared first on Dr. Handicap.