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Sleep Aches

05. 21. 2018

Sleep Apnea

Songs to get your baby to sleep

If you’ve recently had a baby, or you know what it’s like to have a newborn, then you know how frustrating it is when you can’t get your baby to go to sleep.  There have been countless studies done in regards to different music styles that affect sleep, however there (unfortunately) is no one “right” song or music type.  What several studies did have in common is that having a bedtime routine makes for a longer period of undisturbed sleep for both the parents and baby.  The routine can include a bath, a song/lullaby, a story, any way that the baby will hear the parent’s voice repeatedly creates a soothing and calming environment.  Singing lullabies to your baby can lower anxiety and heart rate, much like the sounds from being inside the womb.  Remember, a good night’s sleep for your baby is matched by a good night’s sleep for mom and dad.  Click on this link to read more on this topic and listen to a few songs to sing babies to sleep.

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