Music to Connect with Your Unborn Baby

If you’re seriously interested in knowing about music, unborn baby, you need to think beyond the basics. This informative article takes a closer look at things you need to know about music and unborn baby. Those of you not familiar with the latest information on music and unborn baby now have at least a basic understanding.

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If you’re seriously interested in knowing about music, unborn baby, you need to think beyond the basics. This informative article takes a closer look at things you need to know about music and unborn baby.   Those of you not familiar with the latest information on music and unborn baby now have at least a basic understanding. But there’s more to come.

Music is important in prenatal training.  It helps to heal and produce a soothing and calming effect for mother and baby. One of the things that mothers should note is that before you can introduce music to your baby, you should first be able to enjoy it yourself. If you suggest that you are not comfortable with music, he or she too will not be able to enjoy it.

Relaxation music helps us to relax and feel calm and peace. I like alpha, heartbeat and Mozart’s music.  I listened to it constantly throughout my pregnancy with my second son.  I felt relaxed and peaceful while the soothing music was playing.  Two years later, to my surprise of course, my younger son told me that he too loved Mozart’s music. We have now made it a common practice to turn on Mozart’s music at night while reading story books to our children.  In addition, he likes to listen to the heartbeat music before sleep.  Whenever he was unrest, I put up the prenatal music for him to help him clam down as soon as possible.  The recalling for the prenatal memory helps him to calm down as soon as possible.

Singing lullabies or children songs for the unborn baby, you are creating prenatal memories for the children later.  When mother sings a song for the unborn baby, the baby will feel the love sent to the womb.  The repeating of the song after his osr her delivery, it helps him or her to calm down faster when he or she is anxious or frustrated.
 
My first son who is more proficient in English, however, he sang a Cantonese children song “Going to sleep earlier” at the age of three, a language that he is not familiar with as we seldom speak Cantonese at home.  He told us he could remember that song because grandma (who is a Cantonese) sang this song to him when he was in my womb.

In my third pregnancy, I incorporated music and singing into my prenatal training.  I started to play the piano and sing children songs to my third child.  I noticed that as I sang the songs, my third child would kick in my womb.  His response in turn motivated me to continue singing to him.  While I was singing these songs, I became more energetic and it helped me set the right mood for the day.

Use of relaxation music and songs will have soothing and calming effects on mothers and unborn babies. You also create an instant connection with your unborn child through music. As your knowledge about music and unborn baby continues to grow, you will begin to see how it into the overall scheme of things. Knowing how something relates to the rest of the world is important too.

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  1. Very good article and helpful information.

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