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Why ESA is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

Remember how people used to sweat for cutting their bread slices correctly? Well, of course, you did not, you probably didn’t even know about it, you probably didn’t even were born back then.

Although the first automatically sliced bread loaf was produced on July 6, 1928, in Missouri’s Chillicothe by thanks to the machine invented by Mr. Otto Rohwedder, the majority of the country couldn’t get it till the late 1950s.

Women of the time and single men were so happy to see that thing floating in the market, as married men of the time, being the arrogant jerks they were back then thought they were too good to do anything. Well, big story short people were happy, delighted with whatever was happening. Hence the phrase, “the best thing since sliced bread.” ESA or emotional support animals are those pets that are with a human to keep him/her calm during the triggers of emotional trouble. Like any other ESA blog, we are also obliged to tell you that, ESAs are not service dogs. The first most difference is that you need an  ESA letter to transform your simple animal into an emotional support animal. Service dogs are given to people with special needs, to help them in daily day tasks; they also are trained for it and are often wearing the unique jackets indicating that they are service dogs. To let you know that they are service animals. Alrighty, now the moment of truth, why?

Happy hormones

I do not know if you have heard about it or not, but there is something in the human body that is called the happy hormones, which when are released, makes a person happy. As per many new types of research as of one from the University of Missouri-Columbia, now have mapped the hormonal changes, in humans when they meet pooches. As a result says, when your pet dog, hormones like prolactin, oxytocin, and serotonin are released, which are happy hormones. Shit doesn’t stop here, playing with a canine also curbs levels of a stress hormone named cortisol.

Physical activity

When you have an emotional support animal on you, it is the best thing that can happen to you. What is the first thing that any psychiatrist would ask a patient to do at the start of the council? It is physical movements like running, jogging, or walking. When you have an emotional support animal, more precisely emotional support dog, you get to do a lot of physical activity. For the sake of the animal’s health, most of the patients motivate themselves to go out and walk. Most of the animals which are pets these days are born to kill, or more precisely, to hunt; so, when we are providing them with homes and food, we are taking away all that fun and activity away from them. Creatures who evolved to kill, are now resting in air-conditioned apartments, and if they get obese, who knows what might happen. Playing with your pooch also kills a chemical called adrenal which is responsible for our weird cravings for carbohydrates. Adrenal is also the reason why we are hungry most of the time.

Mental well-being

Not my circus not my monkeys, but then again, what are emotional animals for? They are here to help us live a more peaceful life. Isn’t it the whole point of it? Animals are better companions than humans in many ways, and they are more soothing for your body and mind too. Animals more precisely speaking doesn’t abandon you, until or unless you are that poor Indian boy from “Life of Pie,” that was one poor bastard. But, what to do right? Most of the time, animals are upbeat and are ready to play with you, unlike you own a cat. They suck big time, may the curse fall upon them.

Enhanced Social Interactions

Kids and pets are one of the best ice breakers; they are your help book for social interactions and trust you me we can always rely on our dog or cat to attract potential partners for us. You must have seen a million times in the movies how a cute girl comes along saying you have a friendly dog. Same goes to kids, until or unless you are Joey and Chandler near a bus stop or Alan and Charlie Harper in a supermarket. Emotional Support Animals are well fitted for the people who have social anxieties or who are introverts. If you are too afraid or are hesitant about making the first move, taking the initiative to talk, then ESAs are best for you, as it will be people who would approach you thanks to your emotional support animal.

I am Out

So, these are some of the top reasons why emotional support animal is the best thing to happen to the human race since sliced bread. We are sure that you will like the like to have some pet in the future after reading this blog and hey, your pet will be the only one who won’t bitch about you, rat you out, or would turn out as snake.

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