Music for Baby in Womb to Move
All moms-to-be love those moments when they can feel their babies moving inside their womb. By playing music for baby in womb to move, most fetal movements can be felt during the second trimester that is between 16 and 25 weeks of pregnancy. Baby movements becomes a regular occurrence when a pregnant woman hits the 28-week mark that is, the third trimester. Whether mom wants to make her baby kick in the womb or encourage him or her to move inside her uterus, there are few common tips that can make it happen.
All mom’s wants to ensure that her baby’s moving an appropriate amount. Try these tricks for getting your baby to move.
Playing Baby Music in Womb – Fetal hearing starts developing around week 20, your little one can likely hear your voice. So, talking or singing to your baby, or even putting pregnancy headphones on your baby bump and playing music, might encourage them to start moving. Play classical music for baby in womb for unborn baby to move and create everlasting memories to bond with your baby with Pixie Tunes, the # 1 Award Winning belly headphones (ear buds for belly) and pregnancy speakers.
Check your position – All the movement women do throughout the day creates quite a nice rocking motion that lulls babies to sleep. Once a mom stops moving and lies down baby comes into crazy movement mode. If you are standing up, lay down. If you are already lying down, change sides. Try baby music for womb and fetus music with Pixie Tunes. Play Mom should start to feel some movement in her belly.
Massage your baby bump – Massage your belly gently. Mom might notice her baby reacting when she rubs her belly or touches her baby bump and can feel her babies punch and kick the stomach evidently.
Have a snack – Babies respond to the spike in your blood sugar that can get them moving Any sugary sweet is a reliable way to send a boost of energy directly to your baby. Try eating a healthy snack like cheese and crackers, greek yogurt or fruit and nut before doing a kick count.
Have a nice warm bath – One of the tricks a woman can try if she is encouraging her baby to move is taking a warm bath. When mom to be is relaxed she will be more in tune with her baby and notice the movements much more.
Shine a flashlight on your womb -During the second trimester, your baby may be able to tell the difference between light and dark. Place a flashlight on your stomach that allow some light to trickle in, which can be spotted by the baby. They will either move towards it or roll around to avoid seeing it.
Drink Coffee (in moderation) – Few gynecologists recommend that expectant moms consume no more than 200 milligrams (mg) of caffeine per day, but if you’re keen to get your baby moving and if nothing else works, you can consume caffeine to get the baby to move, but don’t make it a habit.
Use an ice pack- Babies in the belly respond to temperature. Hot temperatures are not safe for the child, but cold temperatures can help provide a different stimulus. Placing an ice pack on an area of your tummy can make the baby aware of the coolness, without harming them.
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