Anxiety, Depression & PTSD Sufferers Can Easily
Register Their Pets As ESA
When you are living with a mental illness, even the little things can be a struggle, and feelings of
negativity and loneliness can be overwhelming. However, The Well Lifestyle understands that even
during our worst days, we still gain great comfort from our pets, our most loyal companions.
The health and wellness platform’s new report has been developed
to provide succinct information about the legal processes and
procedures associated with attaining the meaningful status of
Emotional Support Animal.
The release coincides with the latest report from the National Institute of
Mental Health, which indicates that 1 in 5 Americans are living with a mental
illness. This includes serious mental illnesses of a nature that substantially
interfere with major life activities.
As more and more Americans, like yourself, have to cope
with the impacts of conditions like anxiety, depression,
panic attacks, mood disorders and post-traumatic stress
disorder (PTSD), The Well Lifestyle wants to stress that
there are non-medical options that can drastically improve
In particular, the use of emotional
support animals can enhance your
feelings of belonging, connectivity,
calm and responsibility.
A recent investigation from Counselling Today suggested that these animals
have the capacity to meaningfully enhance the lives of people of all ages
living with mental illness.
Research has also illuminated the positive
possibilities of ESAs for children and young
people who have autism spectrum disorder,
attention deficit disorder (ADD) and other
That's why The Well Lifestyle suggests you,
as well as the families and carers that help to
support you, to legally register and certify
your pet as an ESA.
Their report outlines the steps that you must take to gain this
official status by law in America.
A valid ESA letter will protect you and
your Emotional Support Animal from
specific regulations that would
otherwise prevent them fr