‘They could have received better look after various other chronic disease, like diabetes, that frequently affect people with HIV,’ said del Rio, who was not involved in the study. Better overall well-being and health could, in turn, help people gain more control over their HIV. Del Rio called the full total results ‘exciting,’ but added that essential questions remain: Is this happening in other says? And what will the longer-term results – – on both people’s health and healthcare spending – – ultimately be? ‘We need to look beyond the effects on viral load,’ del Rio said.If you can’t make your bedroom a tech-free zone, at least shut everything down an hour or more before lights out. Nothing says, Awaken, something’s going on! like the buzz of a text or the ping of an IM. Keep a sleep routine. Going to bed at the same time every night helps the body expect sleep. Creating a set bedtime routine can enhance this relaxation effect. So unwind every night by reading, hearing music, spending time with a pet, writing in a journal, playing Sudoku, or doing anything else that relaxes you.