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Come on, Follow These Tips on Living Life with HIV,AIDS

People living with HIV / AIDS (PLWHA) are susceptible to infectious diseases, stress, and various health problems that can interfere with quality of life. However, this should not be an obstacle for PLWHA to be able to live a productive and healthy life. HIV is a virus that damages the immune system. If left untreated, HIV infection can develop into AIDS which is very dangerous. Based on data from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia in 2018, there are around 640 thousand people with HIV / AIDS in Indonesia. Although not yet curable, there are some simple steps that PLHIV can take to extend life expectancy while improving their quality of life. Tips for Living with HIV / AIDS Healthy lifestyle is something that must always be prioritized, regardless of how severe HIV / AIDS is suffered. For this reason, people living with HIV are advised to follow the following tips on living life with HIV / AIDS: 1. Take HAART regularly HIV / AIDS treatment so far has not been a
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