Womb Sound for Babies
Bonding between mom and baby
Did you know that babies learn in the womb! Playing womb sound for babies can encourage mother and baby’s prenatal bonding. Mom’s voice may be all a baby needs to hear.
A baby’s hearing develops when you’re around 24 weeks pregnant. An unborn baby starts to turn their heads in response to voices and noise in the last few months of pregnancy, recognize their mother’s voice, her native language, word patterns and rhymes. The positive vibes that you get from listening to music will create a prenatal stimulation that will help you to bond with your unborn baby. Researchers also noticed that babies who heard sound for baby in womb seemed to be calm and fall asleep quicker when the same pregnancy music is played after they are born.
Baby’s early brain development
Some research indicates that playing playing womb sound and womb music can boost baby’s cognitive development and can boost your baby’s language skills too, because music for fetus creates neuron connections in the brain. Playing womb sound and womb music to womb music will not only have a soothing and uplifting effect on the pregnant woman, but also a positive influence on the unborn baby. Researcher’s even suggest that playing classical music for baby in womb can be remembered by the baby for up to four months after being born!
Introduce your baby to music
A baby can react to womb sound for babies at 26-28 weeks, and can move at the sound of its mother or father voice. Pixie Tunes are the #1 Award Winning Baby Bump Headphones & Pregnancy Speakers. These womb baby bump headphones utilize safe sound level technology to play crystal clear baby music for womb, fetus music, and baby music for the belly. You can also play calming music for baby in womb and favorite western or classical music for baby in womb from your iPhone, Android or any portable audio device. The advanced active speaker system has built in volume control to safely play back sounds to your baby using any standard cell phone, iPad or iPod.
Tips for Playing Womb Sound for Babies
When playing womb music, the primary concern for baby is volume. Ensure that the pregnancy speakers do not to play music too loud. Keep the volume of outside sounds around 50 to 65 decibels, or about the same loudness of a normal conversation. Playing music for baby in womb which is loud can startle your baby. Your placenta can carry the rhythms and beats to your baby even if you are playing something on a low volume. When you are using baby bump headphones to play womb sound for babies then make sure you do not do so for more than a couple of hours a day, spaced out in smaller bits and parts to let your unborn baby relaxes for some time instead of constantly reacting to the rhythms and beats.
Type of womb music good for babies
Listening and playing baby music in the womb and fetus music stimulates the fetus’ brain and assists with the growth of brain structures. It has been suggested that playing music during pregnancy can help to form some of your baby’s personality traits. Classical music for baby in womb can have an effect on baby’s development as well. It has been strongly suggested that if mom-to-be is to talk to baby in womb, it can have a have a calming effect on your unborn baby.
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