In-Utero Ambience Help Fussy, Colicky Babies
Soothing background sound can help your baby get to sleep faster and stay asleep longer. Your little bundle of joy came into the world used to background sound in-utero – the beating of your heart and air moving through your lungs. Some think this is why so many newborns and babies find a low hum comforting and need their accustomed white noise to fall asleep. Silence magnifies all the background sounds that keep baby awake at night, while white noise masks and covers. One study of newborns found 80 percent exposed to white noise fell asleep within five minutes, compared to only 25 percent of newborns without the background noise. Remember, American Academy of Pediatrics recommends sound no louder than 50 decibels (about the sound level of a quiet dishwasher). Use a sound meter app to measure levels and set accordingly. ENJOY!! View the full 10 hour video on YouTube here:

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Noise can interrupt sleep, and interrupted sleep is less restorative. Undesirable noise, like air and vehicle traffic that doesn’t disturb sleep can still affect sleep by changing the time we spend in different sleep stages, increasing lighter sleep stages and decreasing more restorative slow wave and REM sleep. A very popular solution is to mask unwanted noise with a more desirable acoustic environment. Many find that masking background noise helps to distract from anxious or intrusive thoughts and readies the mind for sleep. Sound therapies are a proven solution for help with Sleep, Relaxation, Focus, Meditation, Study, Insomnia and Sleep Disorders, Stress Relief, and Anxiety.

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Closely monitor sound levels – volume too high can make sleep difficult. Sound levels too high can make sleep difficult. We recommend a volume around 50-60 decibels, approximately the volume of moderate rainfall or quiet conversation. An app to measure sound level can be easily found wherever you download apps. The search phrase ‘sound level meter’ should produce multiple results.

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In-Utero Ambience Help Fussy, Colicky Babies