5 Everyday Health Tips for Working Mothers

Working Mother’s life is not easy… Responsibilities of home and office, keep her too busy to take care of her health, but this negligence can make her unfit and unhealthy. So what is it that can be done for a fitter mother? Dr. Manoj Kutteri shares his expertise on wellness by giving us these valuable everyday health tips for working mothers.

5 Everyday Health Tips for Working Mothers


Balance diet should be more of protein, vitamins, minerals which is good for immunity and your mental health. Keep fat and carbohydrate content low in food. Drink fruit juices or herbal teas instead of tea, coffee and other drinks in the office is better for your health, and if you have to drink tea / coffee, then reduce the amount of sugar in it.

Exercise & Meditation

Morning Exercise routine is excellent even for 20-30 minutes. Meditation keeps you fit as well as relaxed. By which you can do all the work in peace. Take the next day in the planning night, this will give you time for yourself in the morning. If possible, get out on the morning walk. Use the stairs instead of the elevator in the office. Soon you will be able to see the effect of these conversations.


Drink at least 10 to 12 glasses of water a day. To calm appetite, take chopped carrots, cucumbers and tomatoes in the Tiffin box instead of fast food and snacks.


While at work, work and then leave work at work. Organizing and prioritizing your day helps to keep you more focused and balanced.

Get regular health checks

Regular health checks are the key to prevent or early detect and treat many health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancers, and more. So, the next time you think of skipping that Pap smear, think again.

It can be very challenging to be a working mom, but just a few simple moves throughout the day can help you to be more productive and less stressed.

Atmantan Wellness Director, Dr.Manoj Kutteri
Atmantan Wellness Director, Dr.Manoj Kutteri

About Dr. Manoj Kutteri: 

Atmantan Wellness Director, Dr.Manoj Kutteri who has two decades of experience in the wellness industry in India and abroad, Doctorate in Health Sciences from the United States and carries extensive knowledge in the mind-body medicine, along with a forte in Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Nutrition, Acupuncture, Yoga & Physical culture and Psychology.

He believes The goal of mind-body techniques is to get the body and mind to relax and to reduce the levels of stress hormones in the body, so that your immune system is better able to fight the illness. 

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5 Everyday Health Tips for Working Indian Mothers