HIVKnowing about HIV can be transferred is a very important piece of information that almost every person in the world needs to know. Getting HIV is a dangerous type of situation for everyone and the sad thing is that most people don't even know how HIV is transferred or what HIV even is. It's important that people are aware of HIV because of what it can potentially do when a person is infected with it.

 

Always practice safer sexual intercourse

The bottom line is that HIV is transferred when a person has sexual intercourse with another person who has the virus. There is almost no other way to transfer the virus other than through this way. It is not possible to transfer the virus by sneezing or if you happen to very closely share different gestures with your partner such as hugging, kissing, holding hands etc. All these things cannot transfer the virus except for purely sexual intercourse. The other way to transfer the virus is through the use of dirty needles that have been used by another person with HIV. The only way this is actually achievable is through drug use. 

 

Preventing the virus takes top priority

Prevention is the best cure because if you actually have the virus already, then you might already know that it is quite complicated as to how you could combat it yourself. Luckily, there are many ways on how different medical programs and medicines may help you slow down the virus almost completely. But if you don't happen to have the HIV virus yet, then take this time to examine yourself and to take to heart all of the things you do in your life. If you haven't tried practicing safe sex methods yet, then maybe today is the time to start doing so.

 

Spreading the word helps stop the virus

Just by using your social media account in order to spread more HIV awareness, people would be more careful before they would do sexual intercourse unsafely with a person they aren't too sure about. The more people who know about the virus the more chances people will take different measures to avoid it. This means that the virus will have less and less host bodies until maybe eventually that the virus is completely phased out. Although this is not a likely scenario, it's still better to have healthier people without HIV than to have a world plagued by HIV and the different viruses that float around in our air. Take some time out by using the internet and many different web articles present on the web in order to educate yourself more about HIV and the many different things that can happen if you happened to contract the virus. It is important that you know about the complications in order to protect yourself from this terrible virus. It is quite important that you take an active hand in doing your part by spreading the word about HIV awareness.