Benefits of music for our babies

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Music brings many benefits to our lives, for thousands of years people perceived how, thanks to it, you could achieve virtues, whether formative or psychic.

We must leave the idea of ​​thinking music as a simple combination of times and sounds, we must consider its emotional aspect, thanks to which we can get to transmit feeling and change our mood, start to consider it as an important source of energy and balance for people.

Music and Pregnancy

From the beginning of pregnancy it is advisable to listen to music, when the baby already has a few weeks of gestation will have the ability to perceive some sound vibrations. When the fifth month of pregnancy is reached, he will be able to hear the sounds that come from the mother’s body, her voice and the voices of the people that are nearby, as well as the sounds of the environment. The music will calm them or, if it is very strident, it will excite them.

When you are in the last trimester of gestation, he will already be able to react to stimuli and be able to remember sounds. That is why we always insist that prenatal stimulation is very important for its optimal development.

A key point that we have to keep in mind is that, although prenatal stimulation is always related to the mother, from the 28th week of gestation the baby will also be able to recognize the voice of his father, so it is important that his father also spend time singing and sharing the music that also pleases him.

Different types of music for children

It may be that you do not know what the best music is for babies to listen to. Experts in the field advise that not only listen to music from the crib, you can enjoy other types of melodies, such as classical music. Different investigations carried out in this respect by the Society of America of America indicated that listening to different melodies will allow to learn, to remember and to enjoy it.

We can choose songs with simple lyrics, that encourage us to have physical contact with the baby, songs that include onomatopoeia or animal noises, that are simple. The songs have to have a simple structure and a short duration.

Keep in mind that parents are the first educators of children and that their emotional ties will help them to choose music to share, when parents enjoy some songs, children can also please them, and listening to it together will relate that melody to an environment of affection and love.

Comments
  • Danika#1

    2017-05-03

    I have a duaghter with autism who loves music but never heard clasical music. I took a chance this morning and she loved them! and I didn’t have to force her. Thanks for the idea.

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  • Danielle#2

    2017-05-04

    Why does this have to be the ONLY reliable source? Oh well, good job!

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  • Chris#3

    2017-05-07

    Pleasing to find someone who can think like that on music

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  • Lana#4

    2017-05-08

    Superior thinking demonstrated above. Thanks!

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