One of the main goals of Life4me+ — is to prevent new cases of HIV and other STIs, hepatitis C and tuberculosis.

The app helps to establish anonym communication between physicians and HIV-positive people. It allows you to conveniently organize your medication intake timetable and set concealed and personalized reminders.

5.1. Life with HIV: how to live and cope with HIV?

The everyday life of a person with HIV infection doesn’t particularly differ from other people’s lives. Thanks to advances in modern medicine, HIV has become a chronic condition. People who are receiving the appropriate treatment and following a doctor’s recommendations ...

5.2. Manifestation of side effects when taking HAART

People with HIV need to take medications (highly active antiretroviral therapy - HAART) in accordance with the prescribed regimen to achieve effective treatment of HIV. The successful outcome of therapy depends upon patients' adherence to treatment recommendations: regularity ...

5.3. Nutrition

As we know, healthy eating is the key to a fulfilling life. There is a great variety of nutrition plans and diets, and in each case the individual determines the best for himself. Counselling with specialists can sometimes be helpful with this. Diet compliance issues relate ...

5.4. Maintenance of immunity

Immunity level depends not only on the diet, but also on the physical and emotional condition. Mental health is important not only for people with a positive HIV status, but for everyone who is monitoring their health. One can properly maintain his emotional and physical ...

5.5. Sex life

HIV is transmitted through unprotected sexual contact. The virus enters the body through the mucous membranes, when there is inflammation or micro-traumas of skin, genitalia or anus. The virus cannot penetrate through healthy, intact skin. In the absence of treatment — ...

5.6. Discordant couples

Couples in which one person has HIV and the other does not are called discordants (FR. discordant — "do not match"). The presence of HIV infection in one of the partners does not mean that they have to refuse sex or relationships. Discordant couples practice unprotected ...

5.7. HIV infection among LGBT people

There is some similarity in the psychology of perception and acceptance of one’s own homosexuality and HIV diagnosis. Psychologists usually distinguish several stages: shock when any thoughts on this subject are blocked, a person is stuporous and confused; the stage of chosenness, ...

5.8. HIV infection among drug users

Drug usage absolutely changes the psyche of a drug user, who becomes prone to depression, various disorders and improper behavior and attitude. After long-term drug abuse, absolutely healthy people have irreversible changes in the heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, cerebral blood ...

5.9. Aging with HIV

At present, the life expectancy of people with HIV is steadily increasing, thanks to the use of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). As a result of advances in modern medicine, HIV has become a chronic condition. People who are receiving appropriate treatment and ...