H.I.V. treatment is a balanced combination of medications that help in fighting HIV infection and it is termed as antiretroviral therapy or ART therapy. Though it is not a cure, it can result in controlling the virus so that the individual affected byHIV AIDS can live a healthier and longer life while reducing the chances of transmitting the infection to others. The treatment requires to be administered as recommended by the sexologist and it helps in preventing the disease from multiplying. As a result, the amount of HIV virus reduces in the body so that the immune system can get a chance to recover on its own and combat infections. The HIV test and subsequent treatment is recommended for all individuals affected by this disease no matter how long they have been infected or how healthy they have been. If HIV is left untreated, it will keep on attacking the immune system and would gradually lead to AIDS. The medications for HIV can be classified into 6 broad categories on the basis of how they combat HIV and they are integrase strand transfer inhibitors or INSTI, CCR5 inhibitors, protease inhibitors, fusion inhibitors, non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors and nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors. These classes comprise of over 25 HIV medications that have been approved for treating HIV infection. The treatment is required to start at the earliest as the greater the infection, the longer would be the HIV treatment.