” Shame , so sad . Zvimacelebrity zveZimbabwesoka , cursed nation chaiyo. Nyika yedu inonyadzisa . Zvinotosiririsa. Askana. Hapanawo akagonawo kubatsira munhu uyu ere akomana ??. Obviously she has mental health issues. The good thing though is her bootlickers wakutoona kuti dzakatamba nepwere. I remember ndichitukwa years back when I used to say amuhule ezanu aya mapiritsi ari kutoapengesa. Zvimwe zvacho mweya yetsvina. It seems ane demon rakaramba kuenda. Zimbabwe haisisina even vanobvisa mamhepo ere dii. ” Said sisi Vee

How Is Depression Related to HIV?

One of the most common mental health conditions that people with HIV face is depression. Depression can range from mild to severe, and the symptoms of depression can affect your day-to-day life. Both HIV-related medical conditions and HIV medications can contribute to depression.
Symptoms can include:

Feeling sad or anxious often or all the time

Not wanting to do activities that used to be fun

Feeling irritable‚ easily frustrated‚ or restless

Having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep

Waking up too early or sleeping too much

Eating more or less than usual or having no appetite

Experiencing aches, pains, headaches, or stomach problems that do not improve with treatment

Having trouble concentrating, remembering details, or making decisions

Feeling tired‚ even after sleeping well

Feeling guilty, worthless, or helpless

Thinking about suicide or hurting yourself

Other mental health conditions include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders.

Some antiretroviral medications may cause symptoms of depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbance, and may make some mental health issues worse. Talk to your health care provider to better understand how your HIV treatment might affect your mental health and if anything can be done to address the side effects.