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    Md.Nur-E- A.
    BD
    Md.Nur-E- A.

    increase social awareness

    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    telling your children about the risks of getting HIV is very important, as this helps them to be able to avoid any contact withthe disease.

    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    Exercise and keeping fit Being active is good for you in lots of ways – it can help to build your muscles, keep your bones strong, burn fat and keep your heart healthy. Some people who are living with HIV experience a loss of muscle mass and strength, so exercise can help prevent this.4 You might get your exercise by taking part in a sport, or going to the gym, but everyday activities like dancing, playing in the park with your children, walking to work and gardening can all help get you moving. If you want to do more exercise, feel fitter, have more stamina, more flexibility, or lose weight, there are three types of exercise to think about. These include: •Cardio or aerobic exercise – this increases your heart rate to help blood flow right around your body, delivering oxygen to your muscles and keeping your heart and lungs healthy. Try running, swimming, dancing or cycling5 •Resistance training – this increases the strength of your muscles by lifting weights for a period of time and then repeating. Even lifting a tin of beans will do! •Flexibility training – this stretches different parts of your body to strengthen your muscles and joints. Try stretching before and after any exercise you do, or focus on flexibility with an activity like yoga. Particularly as we get older, regular exercise is important in reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes, which can be more common in people living with HIV. Exercise is also great at reducing feelings of stress and symptoms of depression What can one do to keep them fit and healthy while living with HIV?

    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    What else can I do to take care of myself? Many of the things we do to look after ourselves are common sense. Try to get plenty of rest and sleep. If you smoke, try to stop – it isn’t always easy, but there is support available to help you. If you are concerned about your alcohol or drug use, talk to a healthcare professional for advice and support. It’s also important to think about any other health conditions you have; particularly as we get older, we’re more likely to experience other health problems.

    Bhavin P.
    IN
    Bhavin P.

    This topic is very interesting,have achieved and learn a lot

    Abraham Biar M.
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    Abraham Biar M.

    am very thankful to ALISON Learning system that i have Learnt alot from their health institution

    Noel W.
    MW
    Noel W.

    I have learnt a lot today. very interesting indeed.

    Hafsah D.
    NG
    Hafsah D.

    This topic is very interesting,have achieved and learn a lot

    Lawrence T.
    GH
    Lawrence T.

    Having unprotected sex can cause a contraction of HIV.

    Lawrence T.
    GH
    Lawrence T.

    learnt a lot today

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