IF sleepless nights and dark circles sound familiar, chances are you’re a new mom with a very restless baby.
But fear not, as new data collected by Bluebell, the award-winning smart baby monitor, has revealed the most effective noises and lullabies to put your baby to sleep.
The brand did an in-depth study of their lullaby and noise data and the results have proven to be very interesting.
Tracking 440,000 hours of lullaby by Bluebell users over the past six months, the brand revealed the most effective noises to encourage babies to sleep soundly were white noise and pink noise, both of which received 28%. listener.
And it seems we adults have a lot in common with our little ones – because they like to nod their heads to the sound of the rain, too.
However, when it comes to classic lullabies, “Hush Little baby” and “Twinkle Twinkle” topped the list with 10% of sleep-deprived parents following.
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Other noises that deal with small noises include the sound of the womb and the noise of waves.
But perhaps the biggest surprise was that Claire De Lune Classical Piece received 6% of listeners.
Additionally, the study revealed that 3 a.m. is the most popular time to play a lullaby, as parents use these features to lull their babies back to sleep. So while you may feel like it in the early hours, you’re really not alone!
Dr Markus Bergman, co-founder of Bluebell commented: “Countless studies show how music and lullabies enhance infant development. In particular, lullabies have been shown to induce relaxation and improve sleep quality in infants.
“Lullabies like ambient noise have also been shown to enhance cognitive function, so it’s great for parents to let their children listen to these songs to support their development and quality.” their sleep.
“Lullabies not only promote a good night’s sleep, but many studies have found that they can increase infants’ attention and brain processing abilities, and encourage positive emotional expression.” .
Countless studies show how music and lullabies enhance infant development
Dr. Markus Bergman
Other parents have shared their baby-related stories online, including one mother who shared a ‘hugging’ makes children tired and difficult to sleep every time.
Elsewhere, a child sleep expert told How to stop your baby from waking up every time you put them in their crib with just one simple move.
Another person revealed her loves her eldest brother’s name so much, she decided to give it to his younger brother.
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