Emotional Support Animal Blog

  • 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.

  • How To Reclassify Your Pet As An Emotional Support Animal
    by moosh-admin on February 23, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    If you are dealing with a mental health condition, you could be greatly benefitted by the presence of an emotional support animal. It has been proven that emotional support animals can decrease the symptoms and effects of mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. ESAs do this by: Calming and relaxing their companion Lessening The post How To Reclassify Your Pet As An Emotional Support Animal appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Why ESAs Can Be A Great Choice For Nervous Travelers
    by moosh-admin on February 18, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Traveling can be nerve-wracking, even in the best of situations. But the current state of the world and the COVID-19 pandemic has made flying that much more anxiety-inducing. For those who deal with nerves getting the best of them when it comes to traveling, it can be hard to calm down prior to boarding a The post Why ESAs Can Be A Great Choice For Nervous Travelers appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 4 Unique Hacks To Make Sure You Get Enough Exercise During Lockdown
    by Steve Gilsenan on February 13, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The necessity of lockdown during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic put a spanner in the works of a lot of people’s fitness routines. For many people, their local gym is (or was) a one-stop-shop containing all of the exercise equipment they had come to depend on. This left millions of gym-goer, all over the world floundering, The post 4 Unique Hacks To Make Sure You Get Enough Exercise During Lockdown appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Could I Be Evicted For Having An Emotional Support Animal?
    by Steve Gilsenan on February 8, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Emotional support animals (ESAs) provide their owners with friendship, affection, love, and invaluable support. This helps people living with mental illness to feel better and function more effectively in life. Every year, more and more people are diagnosed with a mental illness. Today, there are more Americans living under the strain of a mental illness The post Could I Be Evicted For Having An Emotional Support Animal? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Would A Peacock Make A Good Emotional Support Animal?
    by moosh-admin on February 3, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Emotional support animals are vital to the mental and emotional health of their owners. They offer support for people who live with health conditions that impact how they interact with the world around them. If you’re looking to get an ESA, you may be wondering what type of animal you should get. The answer is The post Would A Peacock Make A Good Emotional Support Animal? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Why Feelings Of Loneliness Are Worse In The Winter (And How ESAs Can Help)
    by Steve Gilsenan on January 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Feelings of depression and loneliness are often more pronounced in winter. But thankfully, the companionship of an emotional support animal is a fantastic cure for winter loneliness. Winter is the season when people tend to hunker down, take shelter from the elements, and conserve energy. And in the winter of 2020/21 this hunkering down is The post Why Feelings Of Loneliness Are Worse In The Winter (And How ESAs Can Help) appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Guide To Keeping Your Emotional Support Animal Warm In Winter
    by Steve Gilsenan on January 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    In many regions of the United States, it gets very cold during the winter months. Especially in more northern areas, freezing weather, frost, ice, and snow are common. And just like us humans, emotional support animals can find it quite uncomfortable when the temperatures drop. For a lot of people, winter is a particularly stressful The post Guide To Keeping Your Emotional Support Animal Warm In Winter appeared first on Mooshme.

  • How ESAs Can Help With Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
    by Steve Gilsenan on January 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects millions of Americans each year. Six percent of people who live in the US suffer from acute SAD every year and a further 14% of people suffer mild SAD symptoms. SAD usually affects people who live in more northerly areas of the country where winter weather conditions are more extreme: The post How ESAs Can Help With Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 7 Fun Wintertime Activities To Do With Your ESA That Will Get You Out Of The House
    by Erin Konrad on January 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    It can be easy to think of fun things to do with your emotional support animal (ESA) when the weather is nice. In spring and summer, you’re probably always up for a long hike or a day at the beach. But it can be a little trickier to come up with ideas for how to The post 7 Fun Wintertime Activities To Do With Your ESA That Will Get You Out Of The House appeared first on Mooshme.

MMJ Blog

  • 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.

  • 7 Things Drivers Need To Know About Carrying MMJ In Your Car
    by Steve on February 23, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Can you travel with medical marijuana in your car? The answer is yes. Carrying MMJ in your car is necessary for many MMJ patients and their carers, who need to transport their medicine from the dispensary to their home using The post 7 Things Drivers Need To Know About Carrying MMJ In Your Car appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Which Countries Have Legalized Medical Marijuana in 2021?
    by Steve on February 18, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Over the past decade, medical marijuana has exploded in popularity (and legality) in the United States. Millions of patients all across the nation are now seeing a massive improvement in their quality of life thanks to MMJ treatment. Medical marijuana The post Which Countries Have Legalized Medical Marijuana in 2021? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • What Is The Legal Amount Of MMJ You Can Carry In Oklahoma?
    by Steve on February 13, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The Oklahoma medical marijuana program is one of the newest MMJ programs in the US. The OK MMJ program only came into effect in the summer of 2018, but already the state has a thriving MMJ industry and a great The post What Is The Legal Amount Of MMJ You Can Carry In Oklahoma? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • What Is The Legal Amount Of MMJ You Can Carry In New York?
    by MMJRecs on February 8, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Medical marijuana in New York has been legal since legislation for the Compassionate Care Act was passed in June of 2014. This has given residents of the state access to the relief that MMJ can provide for a plethora of The post What Is The Legal Amount Of MMJ You Can Carry In New York? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • What Are Cannabinoids And How Can They Help MMJ Patients?
    by MMJRecs on February 3, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Cannabinoids are a group of chemical substances that exist both within the human body and in nature. Cannabinoids make up the endocannabinoid system in the body, a system that plays a role in communication between the brain and the body. The post What Are Cannabinoids And How Can They Help MMJ Patients? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • How MMJ Can Help Treat Sleep Disorders
    by MMJRecs on January 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Medical marijuana has been approved in many states due to the growing amount of research on its effectiveness in the management of many chronic diseases. MMJ has been used successfully in the treatment of neurological disorders, chronic pain relief, gastrointestinal The post How MMJ Can Help Treat Sleep Disorders appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Medical Marijuana In Pennsylvania Just Surpassed $1bn In All-Time Sales: But What Are The Qualifying Conditions?
    by MMJRecs on January 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Since 2016, Pennsylvania’s compassionate medical cannabis legislation, SB3, has offered those with certain medical conditions relief in the form of medical marijuana. Recently, Pennsylvania surpassed $1 billion in all-time sales of medical marijuana. Evidently, the program is quite successful. If The post Medical Marijuana In Pennsylvania Just Surpassed $1bn In All-Time Sales: But What Are The Qualifying Conditions? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • 3 Best MMJ Dispensaries In Missouri
    by MMJRecs on January 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Is MMJ legal in Missouri? Yes, it is! In November of 2018, citizens in Missouri voted to make medical marijuana legal. A short while later, the state’s first medical marijuana dispensaries opened, ready to serve the nearly 60,000 people already The post 3 Best MMJ Dispensaries In Missouri appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • What Does The 2020 Election Mean For Medical Marijuana?
    by Steve on January 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Marijuana was legalized in five more states on Election Day in November 2020. New Jersey, Arizona, and Montana all voted to legalize recreational marijuana, while South Dakota legalized medical and recreational marijuana and Mississippi voted to legalize medical marijuana. These The post What Does The 2020 Election Mean For Medical Marijuana? appeared first on MMJRecs.

Disabled Parking Blog

  • How Do I Get A Handicap Sign In Front Of My House?
    by Stephen Gilsenan on February 26, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    A lot of disabled drivers write to us asking things like, “How do I get a handicap parking space in front of my house?”. This is a very understandable question, because having a handicap sign designating a disabled space near your house can make life a lot easier. All public parking lots and streets in the United States are required by law to contain a certain number of disabled parking spaces. This is stipulated in the Americans With Disabilities Act. But Continue Reading The post How Do I Get A Handicap Sign In Front Of My House? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Can You Wait In A Handicap Spot?
    by Stephen Gilsenan on February 23, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Handicap parking spaces offer disabled drivers an invaluable lifeline, enabling them to go where they want to go and to live life on their own terms. Every jurisdiction in the United States is obliged by law to have a certain number of disabled parking spaces; in parking lots, on streets, and at all public amenities. Misuse and abuse of disabled parking facilities is an illegal act that can have a severely negative effect on the quality of life of disabled people Continue Reading The post Can You Wait In A Handicap Spot? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • What States Allow Free Handicap Parking?
    by Stephen Gilsenan on February 16, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Disabled parking permit holders tend to have a lot of questions about whether or not disabled parking is always free. We often get asked questions such as… Where do I have to pay for disabled parking? Can I park for free at a meter with a handicap placard? Do all states have the same disabled parking rules? Let’s dive in to answer all these questions and more. Is Disabled Parking Free? The answer to this question is that it depends on which state Continue Reading The post What States Allow Free Handicap Parking? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Can I Drive After Getting A Vaccine?
    by Erin Konrad on February 12, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The COVID-19 virus has impacted pretty much everything about our way of living, so it makes sense that the vaccine is so important to moving our country towards a return to normalcy. But because there hasn’t been a mass vaccination effort of this magnitude in recent years, it seems most people are left with many questions about the vaccine. You might be wondering, “How do I get a vaccine appointment?” or “Can I drive after getting a vaccine?” Here’s a Continue Reading The post Can I Drive After Getting A Vaccine? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • What Is Handicap Accessible Parking Abuse And How Can We Stop It?
    by Erin Konrad on February 9, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    While most people use handicap parking spaces legally with a valid disabled parking permit, there are still folks out there who perform handicap parking violations. This can be done in a range of ways, but mainly consists of people abusing the privilege of handicap accessible parking spaces. As frustrating as this can be, there are some actions you can take to report and end these types of violations. Here’s some helpful information on what defines a handicapped parking space and Continue Reading The post What Is Handicap Accessible Parking Abuse And How Can We Stop It? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.