One year ago, I wrote about HIV and exercise and how crucial a component exercise has become for the treatment of HIV. I interviewed several subjects asking them to comment on what exercise has done for their diagnosis of this chronic and often life-threatening illness and all of them agreed that exercise was a contributing factor to their mental and physical well-being.
In this article I will focus more on HIV longevity and what “clean living” means to long-term survivors of HIV and how clean living has sustained their lives and quality of life.
Each person in this article was diagnosed in the late 1980s at a time when HIV was considered a death sentence and there were no medications for treatment.
Complete article at Washington Blade : http://bit.ly/iTjCqB