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Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD)

Living well with

Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD)

If you've been diagnosed with ILD, we can help — with tips and advice to help you manage your health and be prepared as your disease progresses. 

Living well with ILD

Pace yourself

It's good to be active every day but you need to listen to your body to know when to slow down. 

Tips on pacing yourself

Living well with ILD

Stay active

It’s important to stay active and even exercise when you have ILD. Being active can help you manage stress, sleep better and feel better.

Tips on staying active

Living well with ILD

Eat healthy

It's important that you eat a healthy, balanced diet — including vegetables, fruits, protein and whole grains. 

Tips on eating healthy

Living well with ILD

Manage your stress

Learning how to manage your stress can help you stay healthier — and happier.

Tips on managing stress

Living well with ILD

Quit smoking

Stopping smoking can slow the progression of your ILD. Quitting smoking is difficult for most people, but there is help. 

Tips on quitting smoking

Living well with ILD

Plan for your future

Your ILD will likely get worse over time, so it is a good idea for you to plan for the future. 

Tips on planning for your future