How to live normally with AIDS

is very unfortunate if you are one of those living with AIDS, but it is not and should not be the end of the story. Apart from young adults, an estimated 3.2 million children are currently living with HIV. Things have changed dramatically after the availability of combination antiretroviral therapy (ART), which prevents the HIV virus from multiplying in the body. With all medical improvements and healthy lifestyle, the fight against AIDS has become much easier.

There is no life, one that awaits beyond the life of the much larger AIDS. In fact, today it is expected that an average HIV positive to live to almost 80 years old, almost like the general population person. As many people are reaching the century mark, or are, at least up to be an octogenarian, here’s a list of things you can do to survive AIDS and live a longer health life

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anti-depression : patients with HIV / AIDS can prevent a deeper circle of depression to know the symptoms of depression and anxiety and seeking help at the right time. Talk about our problems always can give us new perspectives on how to deal with our problems.

Develop a positive attitude: One study shows that people who have a positive attitude towards life find it easier to cope with the disease. They have considerably less likely to have strokes, injuries and accidents cold.

Proper nutrition: Many people with HIV have gastrointestinal and many other problems related to digestion, but a healthy gastrointestinal tract is crucial for proper absorption. Some HIV drugs must be taken to avoid diarrhea. one-biotic Pro, high-fiber diet can also be beneficial for patients with HIV.

habits selective feeding: Planning a letter perfect diet, which excludes raw foods like sushi or soft cheese, can rule out bacterial infections in patients with . HIV / AIDS

Kick the butt: by quitting early enough, a person with HIV significantly reduces their chances of cardiovascular diseases . Therefore, smoking cessation butt; the sooner the better.

Physical activities: Exercise can help stimulate T cells in HIV patients. Including physical mobility gyming, dancing or walking can raise T cells, which, in turn, can help an HIV-affected person lead a better life.

Listen to one of favorite music :. Playing one of favorite music for five minutes two or three times a day can help with loss of brain function that is often a difficult side effect of HIV-AIDS

The building a social connection: always been believed that some form of spirituality, which would include going to meetings, churches, temples or mosques, plays an important role in building the social circle of a single paper. A sense of community where you can interact, share and have that sense of belonging is important for an AIDS patient to feel positive about life.

Keeping friends all Man is not an island, you can not live alone. Each of us needs people who make us feel loved and valued. Therefore, keep in touch with old friends during this difficult phase and make some new ones. Not only virtual.

Volunteers hold hands before assembling the AIDS Memorial Quilt to mark the 25th anniversary of The AIDS Memorial Quilt and the 30 years since the HIV and AIDS epidemic was diagnosed in America

We know that when HIV AIDS affects one, affects all of us. Each one of us. So we will do as much as you can to fight this disease and live a healthier life. Let us not forget that AIDS is what you have, not what one is.

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