\u201cThat\u2019s it! I\u2019m getting sick of this big tummy! I'm going to the gym tomorrow onwards!\u201d declared my husband one day. Well, OK, we\u2019ll see how far this time will last, I thought. It\u2019s coming to the fourth month now and looks like someone\u2019s really taking his health seriously. \u201cYou should really start taking care of your health, dear. Too many late nights are not good for your body! Come work out with me. It\u2019ll do you good, you\u2019ll see,\u201d hubs said thoughtfully one day, over his meal of poached chicken breast and steamed broccoli. \u201cBut I have so much to do! I don\u2019t even have time to sleep!\u201d I lamented. Hold up right there. Doesn't that sound all too relatable, especially to mummies? We have a thousand and one things to handle \u2013 under the children category: meals (don\u2019t forget the allergies list and everyone's different diets!), bath time, schools, enrichment classes, nap time; under home category: toilets need washing, remember to vacuum and mop, wipe down the forever-dusty cabinets, dirty laundry, clean laundry, iron work- and school uniforms, sanitize milk bottles and milk pump paraphernalia; under work category: reply clients\u2019 emails, reply bosses\u2019 calls, reply colleagues messages, quotations, invoices, reports\u2026 oh right, there\u2019s also child #2\u2019s schoolmate\u2019s birthday party this Saturday and yikes, we haven\u2019t prepare a gift! Calling a mom's life a circus is an understatement. Health? What health? There\u2019s a saying in Cantonese that, loosely translated, goes something like this \u201cfree to die, but no time to fall sick\u201d. OK, that is a little over but you get my flow. It depicts one is so busy, that one cannot afford to fall sick lest his or her work is incomplete. Sometimes, it really feels so, don\u2019t you think? And we will end up neglecting that one thing that is most important to us and our family: our own health. Imagine when mummy falls sick, whatever will happen to the family that relies on her? Of course we don\u2019t intentionally flush our health down the toilet bowl, so to speak, but we tend to forget or rather, we tend to take it for granted, thinking we are forever 21 and kicking. It is always a great idea to have someone nudging you along, reminding you to get your month-old cough or that annoying shoulder ache \u2013 is it frozen shoulder or a sprain from when you were trying to carry and calm a crazy cranky Michelin-sized toddler last week? \u2013 checked; or even to remind you that it\u2019s exercise-o\u2019-clock now and motivate you run that extra mile! What if I told you that now you can actually have that \u201csomeone\u201d waiting on you 24\/7, consulting and advising you to care for yourself? Too good to be true, you say? Well, we don\u2019t share fake news here and that\u2019s for sure! Drum Rolllll Mummies and daddies, introducing \u2013 Pulse by Prudential! Pulse is an all-in-one app and the first-of-its-kind in Asia, accessible to everyone. Through AI-powered tools and personalised services, Pulse offers holistic health management to hundreds of millions of people in Asia, empowering them to take control of their personal health and wellbeing anytime anywhere. Sounds really cool right? Read on, it gets better! Pulse by Prudential caters to your health and fitness needs, and I'm not joking when I say, it knows your body well! There are a few notable features that really caught my attention! Health Assessment With the advancement of technology, now you can visualize your health with your very own Digital Twin! All you need to do is answer a series of questions to generate a 3D anatomical view of your body. You'll discover detailed insights into your current health condition to help improve your lifestyle. As a busy mum, you still haven\u2019t the time to go for your annual medical check-up, right? Thought so! By generating a Digital Twin, you can now get an overall view of your health and better prioritize your time to the doctor\u2019s. Symptom Checker Is that rash caused by an allergy or an insect bite? Listen to your body and tell Pulse about it. Key in the symptoms that you are experiencing and answer questions to have the AI-powered chatbot analyzes your condition to get a better understanding before you press the panic button. Online Consultation Here\u2019s the best part! Can't get a babysitter or too sick to go out and see a doctor? A doctor is only one call away! Using Pulse, you can book an appointment to \u201csee\u201d a doctor at your convenience through video call by just paying a small *consultation fees. Talk about convenience and savings (of money and time)! I mean, woah!!! No Time For Yourself? Pulse Gotchu' With Pulse, you can consolidate all your health, fitness, and wellness needs into just one app, somewhat like a on-call personal assistant cum trainer who is also a reliable consultant. I\u2019d say, what fabulousness, darling! This health app is accessible anytime anywhere and is downloadable for free for everyone. A *fee of RM10 per session is applicable to non-Prudential customers when consulting a doctor online, whereas existing Prudential customers enjoy the service for free. Well? What are you waiting for? Download the app today and get your health on track already! Let Pulse mommy you so that you can better mommy your loved ones today. Pulse is available for download from Apple App Store and Google Play Store, or visit www.wedopulse.com for more information.