What is HIV?
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the body’s immune system. A healthy immune system is what keeps you from getting sick.
Because HIV damages your immune system, you are more likely to get sick from bacteria and viruses. It is also harder for your body to fight off these infections when you do get them, so you may have trouble getter better. HIV is the condition that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).
What is AIDS?
AIDS refer to the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.It is a progression of HIV. When HIV moves into its final stages, it is considered to be AIDS. People who have AIDS are at an even higher risk of getting sick, and their bodies are even less able to fight off infections than people who have HIV. They usually die of an infection or cancer.
AIDS may also be caused through blood transfusion. If blood of person suffering from AIDS is given to a patient, the latter may acquire ‘AIDS’. The main cause of AIDS is sexual relations with person suffering from AIDS.
Effect of AIDS
Due to excessive abuse of Sex, when the level of semen goes down, the process of doubling semen becomes slow and induces reverse process of damaging the bone marrow and blood. It in turn slow downs the process of creating enough Red Cells and enough antibodies. Thus the syndrome is weakened and when overworked, the endocrine glands stop producing the vital hormones and the body become prone to serious diseases.