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Disabilities that qualify for ESA

You can apply for an ESA if you have a mental disease such as depression, stress, or any other stress disorders. Along with the relaxation and companionship, assistance animals also provide a therapeutic advantage to their masters. Most people prefer dogs as their emotional support animals. Therefore, if an individual gets qualified for the process, he/she will be eligible to get an emotional support dog letter.

What are the major disabilities that qualify for ESA?

The following 6 disabilities are the major ones that can qualify an individual for the ESA.

  1.       Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a state of mental health triggered by a traumatic incident either experiencing or witnessing it. Symptoms can include memories, delusions, severe anxiety, and uncontrollable feelings about the event. Many individuals who go through stressful events may have occasional adjustment problems, but they typically get better with time and good self-care.

  1.       Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a state of mental health that induces extreme mood swings, including hypomania and depression. You can feel euphoric, full of energy, or extremely irritable when the attitude switches to mania or hypomania. This disorder can affect sleep, appetite, activity, and attitude.

  1.       Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD)

Attention Deficit Disorder is a serious disorder that affects millions of children and often carries on into adulthood. It includes a combination of things such as attention issues, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. Additionally, children suffering from this disorder experience low self-esteem, unstable relationships, and poor academic grades.

  1.     Insomnia Disorder

Insomnia is a serious sleep disorder that can make it difficult for you to fall asleep, stay asleep, getting up too early and not be able to sleep again. An individual faces prolonged tiredness in this condition. It can weaken not just your energy and mood but also your fitness, job performance, and quality of life.

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