Everyday Care Tips For HIV Positive Patients

Everyday Care Tips For HIV Positive Patients

Did you recently discover that you are HIV positive? Or do you perhaps suspect that you might have contracted the virus and researching how to get tested?

We’re here to set your mind at ease and let you know that a fulfilling and happy life is still well within your reach. With the incredible advancements in the medical field, especially on research to find a cure for Aids, you can be treated and control the harmful effects of the virus.

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What Impact Does The Virus Have On My Body?

HIV attacks your immune system, increasing the likelihood of contracting other infections. Here’s a handy guideline on what your daily care routine should cover:

Your Every Day Care Tips:

1.     Meditate Every Morning

Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.

The mind is incredibly powerful, and you could almost “program” it to assist in keeping you at your optimum health.

Henry Ford’s words hit the nail on the head: “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.” Take only a few minutes in the morning to set yourself up for an amazingly positive day!

2.     20 Minutes Of Physical Exercise

Regular exercise doesn’t only keep your body fit and healthy, each time you exercise, feel-good hormones are released that will lift your mood and help you to tackle any negative thoughts that might pop up during the day.

The best advice here is to find something that you thoroughly enjoy, so don’t take up jogging if you actually just love a pleasant power walk in the park.

3.     Eat Nutritionally Rich Foods

The importance of a healthy diet should not be overlooked.

The importance of a healthy diet should not be overlooked.  The nutrients and anti-oxidants obtained from fresh fruit and vegetables are paramount to support a healthy immune system.

In addition to this, some HIV medications could cause an increase in your cholesterol levels so it would be a good idea to stick to foods containing good cholesterol or even better, cholesterol-fighting qualities.

4.     Your Medication And Supplements

Follow your doctor’s guidance on taking your HIV prescription medication. Also, ask your local pharmacy for a supplement containing vitamins and minerals that specifically supports your body to maintain a healthy immune system.

5.     Check In With A Friend / Build A Support System

Life is best when shared with like-minded people.

Life is best when shared with like-minded people. As hard as it might be to first share your diagnoses with those closest to you, it is a crucial step towards a healthy mental state.

You might feel more comfortable to first join a support group for HIV positive people, as they will understand your anxieties and fears.

Make it a habit of reaching out to a friend at least once a day as it can help to ground you and give you another perspective when you might be having a particularly tough day.


Remember, “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” Charles R. Swindoll. With that said, take control and claim responsibility for your own healthcare and give yourself the best chance of living a meaningful, happy, and long life.

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