Wellness - General Health | 0-12 yrs

6 Healthy Habits To Inculcate In Your Child


“95% of everything you do is the result of habit.” – Aristotle

Quite true! And, if habits have a bearing on all that we do, it is essential to develop good ones. When it comes to your children’s health, especially, you need to inculcate healthy habits at a young age itself. This will go a long way in ensuring that they experience good health all their lives.

From the time your child is born, she begins to look up to you for everything and imitates your behaviour. Therefore, it is your responsibility to be a good role model and cultivate the right habits in her.

From making healthy food choices to drinking enough water, from following proper sleep routines to having a positive outlook towards life — we list some of the essential habits for your child.

Flip through the pages of the ClipBook to find out more about the 6 healthy habits you should inculcate in your child that will create an impact on his personality and well-being. 


1. Eat Breakfast Every Day

Kick-start your child's metabolism with a healthy and filling breakfast. It helps him have a better attitude and higher energy levels to face the day ahead. Find out why it's best never to skip breakfast.

2. Stay Hydrated

Water is essential for a healthy life. It helps in balancing body fluids that are responsible for digestion, circulation and supply of nutrients to different parts of the body. Enlighten your child on how water helps to keep your body hydrated and...

3. Make Healthy Food Choices

Children love being spoilt with chips, chocolates and noodles, but are you still blaming the TV ads they are exposed to? Educate your child about healthy food choices. Come up with creative healthy recipes that can replace junk food. Learn more!

4. Engage In Physical Activity

The present generation is less fit, mainly because of the introduction of play gadgets. Cut down on your child's screen time, and instead, take your child out to play. Find out more!

5. Regularise Sleep Time

Sleep is the quiet hero of a healthy and happy child. It should be given the same importance as food and exercise, as it helps rejuvenate her. Become familiar with how to regularise sleep time.

6. Be Optimistic

Children are easily drawn into negative self-talk when things don't go their way. Teach your child to be more positive towards failure and work on how to succeed next. This will give her the confidence that will, in turn, reflect on her health.

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