Don't be afraid of noise. Scientists have named an effective, but unexpected way to lull the baby

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 Don't be afraid of noise. Scientists have found an effective but unexpected way to lull the baby

New research shows that certain music is more likely to calm the child.

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Probably every parent has its own method of lulling the baby to sleep – someone sings songs, someone turns on the music, and someone even thinks that it is necessary to put the child in complete silence. In a new study, scientists have found a way to effectively lull a child, writes the Daily Mail.

A team of scientists from Dundeth University, led by Dr. Emes Nagi, conducted a study that involved almost 100 babies under the age of a week – during the experiment, scientists tried to find an effective way to put the baby to sleep.

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The results of the study were unexpected – scientists found that cheerful music calms and makes babies sleep, while calm and melancholic music does the opposite. During the experiment, scientists included newborns in different genres of music and observed their heartbeat and behavior. It turned out that cheerful music slows down the heartbeat of the baby – as a result, he falls asleep faster. At the same time, the researchers noticed that sad or slow music had a less noticeable effect on newborns.

According to the author of the study, the results indicate that the emotions behind the lullaby can affect how well it helps the baby to sleep. Researchers suggest that children may have an innate response to music at this age.

Scientists have also found that newborns fall asleep better to any type of lullaby than to silence—suggesting that songs can lull babies to sleep. By the way, Dr. Nagi previously led a study in which scientists found that babies in the womb love it when their mother talks to them.