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  • Exercise

    Exercise has lots of benefits for both physical and emotional health. Find out more about starting a suitable exercise programme and how to sustain it....

    From: Living with HIV

    Information level Level 2
  • Seven ways to look after your health

    There’s a lot you can do to take care of your health. It’s not just about popping pills.Just as for anybody else, changes to your...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • A healthy weight

    There are usually two reasons why people put on too much weight - eating too much food and not doing enough physical activity.A balanced diet...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • Starting and sticking to an exercise programme

    Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Exercise has many benefits. It gives you the strength, flexibility and endurance needed for daily activities....

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Exercise

    Everyone can benefit from some form of exercise and experience a lift to their overall health and wellbeing. Moderate exercise is beneficial to the immune...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Your body

    A booklet with advice on a healthy diet, getting more exercise, stopping smoking, getting better rest and sleep and avoiding infections....

    From: 'Your' booklets series

    Information level Level 1

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  • Study Links Fitness Level and HIV-related Dementia

    A new study shows that fitness level in HIV infected individuals is related to cognitive impairment. These results suggest that something as simple as exercise may be able to stave off neurological decline in this growing segment of the aging population.

    16 December 2013 | University of Rochester Medical Center
  • Exercise helps with better brain functioning in HIV-infected adults

    Regular exercise is not only good for health, but can give people living with HIV a significant mental boost. This is according to a study by Dr. David J. Moore and colleagues at the University of California, San Diego, published in Springer's Journal of NeuroVirology. The study found that HIV-infected adults who exercise suffered significantly less neurocognitive impairment compared to patients who do not exercise.

    14 August 2013 | Eurekalert Medicine & Health
  • Exercise Guidelines Published for People with HIV Over 50

    A combination of aerobic and resistance exercises, three times a week for at least six weeks, is recommended to improve cardiovascular, metabolic and muscle function in people living with HIV older than 50 years of age, according to suggested guidelines published ahead of print by the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.

    17 August 2011 | AIDSMeds.com
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