Mom’s Singing Helps Preemies Breathe Simpler

 

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THURSDAY, Aug. 25, 2016 (HealthDay News)—The soothing sound of mom singing may help premature newborns breathe easier, a new review finds. The analysis, of over a dozen clinical trials, found that music therapy helped stabilize premature newborns’ breathing rate during their time in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The soothing sound of mom singing may help premature newborns breathe easier, a new review finds. The analysis of more than a dozen clinical trials found that music therapy helped stabilize.

HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Aug. 25, 2016 (HealthDay News) The soothing sound of mom singing may help premature newborns breathe easier, a new review finds. The analysis, of. Mum’s Singing Helps Stabilize Breathing in Premature Babies A recent review says that the calming sound of mom’s singing can help premature babies to breathe easier. In this review, the scientists analyzed more than a dozen clinical trials and found that music therapy helped stabilize premature babies’ breathing rate while they stayed in the neonatal intensive care unit.

According to Loewy, “good music therapy” involves those same elements: a simple, predictable rhythm, periodic lulls and the familiar sound of mom’s voice. In her own research, Loewy has found that live music in the NICU sung or played can help stabilize preemies’ heart rate and breathing, aid sleep and encourage “quiet alert” time. The live music involved either a parent singing a lullaby, a gato box that. Preemies that were given a special pacifier that played their mother singing a lullaby were shown to have better eating habits and have their feeding tubes removed earlier than other premature. Just have mom sing to them!

A new analysis of studies in the journal Pediatrics found that music therapy helps stabilize preemie babies’ breathing rates while they’re in the neonatal intensive care unit. It also helps the babies sleep and encourages “quiet alert” time, in which babies look at objects, and respond to sounds and motion. by Amy Norton, Healthday Reporter (HealthDay)—The soothing sound of mom singing may help premature newborns breathe easier, a new review finds. The analysis, of over a dozen.

Mother’s Voice May Help Premature Babies Breathe Easier HealthDay News; Mother’s Heartbeat and Voice Improves Health Outcomes in Preterm Infants International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics. The babies hearing mom’s voice just five days in a row were able to eat better and be released from NICU sooner than those that didn’t hear mom singing lullabies. A baby’s ability to eat well is one marker of health and is an important factor in a premature baby’s release from the NICU.

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If the mother does not breathe deeply and relax then this will affect Lung functions.

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Mother’s breathing stimulates the baby.

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Instruct the mother in breathing techniques and relaxation exercises.

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Newborns rely primarily on the diaphragm for their respiratory effort, only gradually adding the intercostal muscles.

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Because slow breathing is easiest and most relaxing, I usually suggest beginning with it as part of the mother’s ritual for active labor (distracting activities should help her cope with early labor).

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The mother may need assistance or reminders to use breathing techniques to help her control the delivery.

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Since it has been shown that the newborn immediately identifies his or her mother’s voice, it is clear that this recognition is learned prenatally, when the fetus learns to recognize its mother’s intonation and stress patterns (Karmiloff and Karmiloff-Smith 2001: 43—44).

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Delivery does not always improve the maternal respiratory function.

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  • I cry when I hear opera and I’m 51…am I trapped in a babies body…?��

    I believe certain music touches a vibrational cord deep within me and the results allows an emotional release…tears. Just my thoughts��

  • Blazing gazing at Mom uninterrupted saying Mom please keep singing I like it. The little hand rest pose looked so cute. Muwaaaaaah xx

  • Damn, a 17 year old schooled your ass! He is obviously way more educated than you and has a far superior thought process. Even if he was going to crank one out by watching some mom breastfeed her baby, he makes it sound intellectually stimulating! LordAizenDaGreat > B Law
    He might be right about the “your simplistic life has no meaning” thing, just saying… Better luck next time though.

  • When u look at a video like this, that’s when u know a man has been truly blessed and needs nothing more. What a beautiful image��❤️

  • Breastfeeding isn’t classified as porn because there’s no sexual activity going on. It’s just a vital part of nature. I have several fetishes which range from voyeurism, butt-worshiping, role playing, etc. I just happen to dabble occasionally into boobs going into infant mouths. There’s nothing wrong with that. Now please continue living your simplistic life with no meaning or direction. Good day! ^_^

  • the way he crinkles his little face to cry… awww such a cutie ��
    also, love your improv… i don’t know the words ��
    lol. beautiful singing voice you have.

  • Who do you think you are, Nostradamus? You can’t assume anything with having concrete proof. My intent was to gain valuable knowledge of motherhood/parenting for my future wife/child’s sake. Yes, I may have been seeking arousal in the process, but it was not my main objective. And yes, your life has no meaning! We share this planet with 7 Billion+ others. Do you honestly believe your one fragile life means a damn thing? NO! Let’s call this a draw and end this senseless disagreement. I was wrong.

  • DONT THEY ABORT BABIES OLDER THAN THAT IN THE STATES? YES THEY DO! IS THERE A MUSIC THERAPIST FOR THE ONES IN A BUCKET ENROUTE TO THE INCINERATOR?

  • Eek! 1 MILLION VIEWS! Wow, just wow! Thanks so much for watching. Should I recreate this?? That little baby is not so little anymore ☺️��☔️