Know that Sound may Stimulate a Six-Month-Old Fetus.

Know that Sound may Stimulate a Six-Month-Old Fetus.

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Know that Sound may Stimulate a Six-Month-Old Fetus.
Posted in 2013

Expectant mothers have played music to their unborn children for years in the belief that it gives their babies a good early start.
Now scientists say that the squeals and squeaks of dolphins may be more effective at stimulating brain growth in a foetus. Researchers believe that the energy produced by the creatures' ultrasonic calls could promote the development of a baby's senses in the womb.
The claims have been made by Elizabeth Yalan, the dean of the Obstetrician College of Peru. She said: "The high-range sounds dolphins emit are registered by the baby. These sounds stimulate the nerves in the brain and the child's audible senses."
At one Peruvian aquarium, expectant mothers line up beside the pool and a dolphin nuzzles their bellies making high-pitched noises.
A study by the University of Wales, Swansea, found that 70 per cent of people who listen to tape-recordings of dolphin sounds had significant improvements their mental abilities.
Meanwhile, British tour operators are seeing a steady increase in expectant mothers wanting to swim with dolphins, with the total number of trips having risen by more than 40 per cent in the past five years.
Ruth Corner, the owner of the holiday company Dolphinswims, said: "This year almost a fifth of our dolphin swimmers have been pregnant women. When these mothers-to-be enter the water the dolphins seem to home in on them."
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, however, does not recommend swimming with dolphins.
Ric Warren, a spokesman, said: "There is much evidence that a baby responds to external stimuli, but as yet, there is no evidence that the act of stimulation leads to either an improvement of childhood activities or harm to the baby."

Studies also show that a six-month-old fetus can move his body to the rhythm of his mother’s speech. Perhaps most astounding, you can bond with your unborn baby so closely that they can be taught when to kick. Researchers stimulated babies to kick by making a loud noise. After these babies were used to kicking with the noise, the researchers placed a vibrator on mother’s abdomen immediately following the noise. Soon these smart little babies learned to kick in response to only the vibration. In other words, they learned to associate the noise with the sensation.
Most of us are not aware that the child reaction on Sound...If you put hard music the child will irritate and If you play soft music the will enjoy it.. I advise Every pregnant woman to listen soft music so that your unborn child ..enjoy 

My advise
1....   Researchers suggest to activate unborn child's brain 

  1.         Stay Active. ...
  2.         Eat eggs & fish. ..        
  3.         Add a pre-natal supplement. ...        
  4.         Eliminate alcohol & nicotine. ...        
  5.         Talk & read to your baby. ...        
  6.         Get more sleep. ...        Get prepared.

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