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In scientific terms, the phrase for caregivers carrying their babies on the left hip is called “left-sided bias.” That’s just a fancy way to say that the parent prefers the left side. A study in Nature explained that the left-sided bias in mammals is actually because of the way the brain develops. Well, the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body and the right side of the brain also controls emotions.
So by holding a. Learn the fascinating reason why 70-85% of women hold babies on their left hip by instinct, regardless of their dominant hand. A mother’s instinct is a truly powerful and beautiful thing. When we hold our babies on the left side, the ride side of the parent’s brain is physically activated—it basically lights up like a pinball machine.
This. Previous research has indicated that 70–85 percent of women and girls show a bias to hold infants, or dolls, to the left side of their body. This bias doesn’t only crop up in motherhood either, little girls of preschool age have demonstrated the left carrying bias too. Interestingly, this bias is not matched in males.
Every mom has their “strong arm,” aka, the baby-holding arm. However, most of use the same side to hold our kids — on the left. As it turns out, there’s more than lefty-righty favoring issues at play here, and the urge to choose one side over the other has scientific reasons.
Research tells usthat between 70 and 85 percent of moms prefer holding their baby. Much like ants can carry up to 100 times their weight, in those first few years of a child’s life, each day is like a physical work-out for new super-human mums. Picking up our kids is instinctive. Most left-handed mothers in the study held their babies with their left arms, as well (And, as a lefty myself, I carry my babies with my left arm!). The reason?
Researchers think it’s evolutionary. When moms hoist their children onto their left hips, they are putting their own left eye closest to their offspring’s left eye. Previous research has indicated that 70—85 per cent of women and girls show a bias to hold infants, or dolls, to the left side of their body.
This bias doesn’t only crop up in motherhood either, little girls of preschool age have demonstrated the left carrying bias too. Interestingly, this bias is not matched in males. The Inuit women used a parka called an amauti to carry babies and toddlers.
The baby sits in the back of the parka, and the large hood can be used when needed, going over both of their heads, but still enabling to child to see over the mother’s shoulder. Cradle boards were used by many Native American and Canadian cultures.
List of related literature:
|from Skills for Midwifery Practice Australia & New Zealand edition|
|from Smith’s Recognizable Patterns of Human Deformation|
|from Pediatric Surgery E-Book|
|from Postgraduate Orthopaedics: The Candidate’s Guide to the FRCS (Tr & Orth) Examination|
|from Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics E-Book|
|from Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing E-Book|
|from Seeing Through Statistics|
|from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book|
|from Gray’s Anatomy E-Book: The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice|
|from Developmental Juvenile Osteology|