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The Benefits of Exercise While Living with HIV/AIDS

Hi my favorite readers! We all know the importance of exercising to stay healthy and recuperate from a total knee replacement. Exercise also plays a key role for improving overall health for those afflicted with HIV/AIDS.

Here is a guest post written by Jim Rollince from Gym Source that provides great insight. Thank you, Jim. Enjoy and learn!

Exercising is not the cure to HIV/AIDS, but it can work wonders when it comes to improving the quality of life and bettering the health of those living with the disease. Exercising daily can help to alleviate symptoms of HIV/AIDS and reduce the side effects of both the disease and the medications used to treat it.

There are many important benefits of exercising for those living with the HIV/AIDS disease. Exercise can increase muscle mass, along with strength and endurance to help those with the disease feel healthier. Exercise can also greatly increase the amount of energy felt that many people living with HIV/AIDS usually feel depleted of. Lung and heart endurance along with bone strength can also greatly improve with moderate daily exercise.

Stress and even depression can oftentimes come alongside of HIV/AIDS diagnosis. Exercise can help with this as well as it is a fantastic way to reduce stress and improve sense of well-being. Many times it may be difficult to sleep and eat as well, but luckily exercising can help increase appetite and help people living with HIV/AIDS to fall asleep more quickly and with better quality rest.

Exercising can also stabilize and prevent declines in CD4 cell count, which are white blood cells also known as T-4 cells. These cells play an important role in the immune system as they help to fight off diseases and lead attacks against infections. Increasing the amount of physical activity in daily life can decrease levels of cholesterol, triglycerides, and fat in the body as well as improve the body’s control of glucose, or blood sugar.

The amount of exercise people living with HIV/AIDS receive can be increased easily. A great way to incorporate more exercise into daily life is to purchase some decent quality home gym equipment. Treadmills or ellipticals will easily fit into a living room or bedroom, and will make it much easier and more convenient to get exercise needed daily without the hassle of getting out of the house and going to the gym.

Those living with HIV/AIDS should remember not to overdo exercise with a compromised immune system. Always drink adequate amounts of water while exercising. Over exercising can cause lean body mass loss, which may lead to AIDS wasting. This should not worry those who exercise moderately and should not keep those with HIV/AIDS from exercising due to fear. Always be careful when doing any physical activity as not to get hurt or injured.

Exercise can help people living with HIV/AIDS immensely to reclaim health and feel better on a daily basis. There are many health benefits that increasing physical activity can deliver. One of the most important ways people living with the HIV/AIDS disease can improve their quality of life and feel better on a daily basis is to add exercise into their daily routine. Boosting the immune system through exercise is one of the best things to do for the body to help it fight off an HIV/AIDS infection.

About the Author: Jim Rollince serves as the Head of Creative Writing at Gym Source. He has written about numerous Health and Fitness related issues over the years, and continues to learn and write about new things everyday. Email him at

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5 comments to The Benefits of Exercise While Living with HIV/AIDS

  • Andra

    Hey there! I’m at work browsing your blog from my new iphone 4! I’m referring this article to my close friend who was looking for information on doing exercises while having AIDS. Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and look forward to all your posts! Carry on the excellent work!

  • Todd

    Nice read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing
    a little research on that. And he actually bought me
    lunch because I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch!

  • Maria S.

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  • booktoo1

    Thank you for the kind comment. 🙂

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