AIDS (Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is a disease caused by HIV by entering your body’s immune system. When HIV interferes with your body’s ability to fight the organisms it gives rise to AIDS.
In our lifespan, we usually go through a lot of health-related issues where we find ourselves dealing with a certain type of disease. We accept the disease and try to find ways to get out of that. However, soon or later we get back to our stable health condition.
Generally, when we hear the word “AIDS” everybody keeps a mum, nobody wants to talk about it. Is it a Shame? Of course NO! it is just a normal body condition and requires the same treatment as other health-related issues.
We usually see the person who is suffering from this will never accept it. He will try to hide it from others as he thinks it is not a thing to share with others. However, this concept is totally wrong. If you are having such type of disease don’t hesitate to accept it. In fact, you should try to convey a message to people, share your thoughts regarding the difficulties you are facing.
A doctor can help you only if you are ready to help yourself. Be clear regarding the issues you are facing, how it is affecting your personal life and what remedies can help you to get over this.
World AIDS Day is designated on 1 December every year since 1988. It is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of this disease caused by widespread HIV infection. A day to express our grief for the people who have died because of this disease.
This day was first apprehended in August 1987 by James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter. These two officials first bought the attention that we should have a day on which we can aware people regarding HIV/AIDS. This concept later proved successful all over the globe.
World Health Organisation(WHO), the supreme authority which deals with health-related issues also gave its approval to World AIDS Day. The main purpose of observing this day every year is to support the Member states in order to build up the new and effective policies and programs. Also to give a boost to the health systems as well as to increase the capacity of health sectors towards HIV/AIDS.
Every year World AIDS Day campaigns are celebrated with different themes to raise more global awareness among the people about the disease.
The basic motive of all these themes is to aware, inform and to provide them with a proper solution for this fast-growing disease. WHO is introducing new policies and methods every year to help people fight with HIV/AIDS.
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