Mar 25, 2020

Play Music for a Baby in the Womb

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#*You can also try other musical styles that are not too noisy and loud, such as slow R&B, reggae, and pop tracks.<ref>https://ift.tt/2vPO3qB>
 
#*You can also try other musical styles that are not too noisy and loud, such as slow R&B, reggae, and pop tracks.<ref>https://ift.tt/2vPO3qB>
 
#*Record sounds of nature, water, and waves can also be soothing for a baby in the womb.
 
#*Record sounds of nature, water, and waves can also be soothing for a baby in the womb.
#*Look for music that is harmonious and has a basic melody. Dramatic changes in rhythm, tempo and volume of the music can disturb the baby and can cause the baby to be startled.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QNQHnY>
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#*Look for music that is harmonious and has a basic melody. Dramatic changes in rhythm, tempo and volume of the music can disturb the baby and can cause the baby to be startled.
 
#Get advice from an associate at a music store or on blogs. If you aren’t sure what is appropriate for a baby in the womb, ask for help at your local music store.[[Image:Play Music for a Baby in the Womb Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Get advice from an associate at a music store or on blogs. If you aren’t sure what is appropriate for a baby in the womb, ask for help at your local music store.[[Image:Play Music for a Baby in the Womb Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*You can also go online and search for soothing music intended for babies on blogs.
 
#*You can also go online and search for soothing music intended for babies on blogs.


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