According to BabyCenter.com, playing music for babies in the womb has no proven positive or negative effects. Some studies show that fetuses may breathe in rhythm along with music,...
How to Play Music for a Baby in the Womb
A baby can hear by the 28th week of pregnancy, according to the "Noise and the Pregnant Woman" article published by Occupational and Environmental Medicine department at Michigan State University in the fall of 2003. Unborn babies tend to react to sound;...
No research supports the idea that playing music when your baby is in the womb
"Does playing classical music to an unborn baby really help? ... disrupt the
natural sleep patterns of their fetus as they attempt to turn the womb into a
You may be able to tell if your baby can hear sounds outside your womb (uterus)
by playing music, and reading or talking to him. If he can hear what's going on, ...
Jan 3, 2013 ... A new study shows that a baby in the womb not only hears its mom, but may
understand her and is already learning language from her.
By reading stories, playing music, or even just talking to your baby, you can let
her experience a simple form of learning in the womb, according to a number of ...
Sep 18, 2014 ... Playing music for your baby while she is still in the womb gives you time to bond
with her before she is born, according to Heidi Murkoff, Sharon ...
Does Music During Pregnancy Make a Baby Smarter? What Does the Research
Say? Many people have said that playing music during pregnancy for your baby
While music is generally considered safe for the fetus, there are some rules about
playing music through your belly aimed at protecting baby and preventing ...