babies and vibrations
Category: Health > Children
Asked by: jlel-ga
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05 Feb 2006 21:38 PST
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Question ID: 441977
What are the reasons that babies like vibrations? Do vibrations help babies fall asleep and why? How is it determined what level of vibration is safe in procucts, such as for a vibrating chair?
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Re: babies and vibrations
From: fishgirl5-ga on 07 Feb 2006 05:32 PST
I think you will find that babies like movement, not specifically vibrations. but including vibrations. This is because for all their life before birth they are floating in a "moving swimming pool". Everything th emother does or says creates vibration. The sound of her voice, the constant beating of her heart, the multitude of noises produced by the gastrointestinal system as food passes along, and every breath the mother takes. It's like a really noisy, wobbly place to be. Reproducing that comfortable familiar environment is soothing to a baby -this is why a walk in the pram, or a ride in the car will often calm a screeming baby. A still quiet world is foreign and in need of exploring, a noisyish moving one is more relaxing.
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