“I have set the reset button and I can choose the direction of my thoughts.” – Abraham Hicks
It’s the beginning of a new year! We look at tips on how you can reboot your brain and make a fresh start…
If you have been living with HIV for a while or just recently discovered that you are positive, the sooner you start treatment and stay on it, the better. Here’s why EARLY TREATMENT = HEALTHIER LIFE:
• Today, it’s widely accepted that you should start taking ARVs as soon as you learn that you are HIV positive.
• Even if you don’t feel sick or have any symptoms the virus may be quietly causing havoc in your body.
Please note! The TEN81 Clinic and the OUT office will be closed this Friday afternoon (13 December) from 12pm, and will also not be open on Saturday 14 December.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Should you have an emergency, such as needing urgent PEP, please contact the Sediba Hope Clinic in central Pretoria on 012 323 1103 / 5938 / 5955. You can also go to your local clinic or Dischem pharmacy.
New research has found that gay and bisexual men who use the HIV prevention pill, known as PrEP, have lower anxiety. The study from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney shows that these men also have significantly lower levels of HIV-related anxiety.
“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.” – Harvey Fierstein
June is international Pride Month, raising awareness and fighting against homophobia and transphobia. Here’s how you can contribute to your community: