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Put The Baby To Sleep White Noise Vacuum Cleaner Hoover Lullaby 1 Hour White Noise For Infants

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Put The Baby To Sleep White Noise Vacuum Cleaner Hoover Lullaby 1 Hour White Noise For Infants\r
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Babies love white noise. Lets start by looking at them from babys perspective. They spent their whole life in the mothers bosom. And the uterus is deafening loud. It is just a little less noisy than a lawn mower. A baby is normal. Life outside the womb is uncomfortable quiet. White sound sounds like home to a baby.White noise is hands-down the best and easiest thing you can use to help you and help your baby sleep better.\r
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White noise reduces stress in babies.\r
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What do babies get stressed? Almost everything. They are stressed when they are tired, they are stressed because their world is stimulating when they are ready to handle, they are overwhelmed with lights, faces and excitement. White noise creates a safe space for them by blocking that stimulation.\r
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White noise helps babies sleep.\r
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They are easier to sleep and sleep longer. Babies have so-called sleep arousals, usually about every 20-45 minutes. Ever wonder why your baby just for 20 minutes at once? Well, its because when she meets her sleep arousal in the ~ 20 minutes mark she can not fall back into deeper sleep and so her nap is over. White noise helps babies gently navigate this arousal to get more, more restorative naps. It also helps to block the noise of life (older siblings, bells, garbage trucks, etc.) that can interfere with naps and night sleep.\r
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White noise helps babies cry less.\r
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Did you know that shushing is a sound that people generally understand and make with babies? Shushing is just white noise that you do yourself. The key to using white noise (sushing or off a radio) to help calm a crying baby is that it must be LOUDER than the crying. Holding a screaming baby while shushing as a gentle librarian is useless. Your baby can not hear the shushing over his own crying. You have to LOUDLY (sounds a bit ridiculous I know), so the soothing sound can penetrate the crying. Also, you may need to continue shush for a while. Loud persistent chills can be a challenge. When you start to feel dizzy and / or see stars, it is time to outsource your shushing to an electric white noise (radio, et al).\r
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White noise reduces the risk of SIDS.\r
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A relatively famous study (famous when you read a lot about baby sleep, so honestly you should be a little proud if you have not heard of it) showed that babies had a significant reduction in the risk of SIDS if they had a fan in theirs Room. No one knows why the fan helps - it could do my movement of air around, though many believe it has to do with the white noise of the fan. We know that white noise reduces active sleep (which is the sleep state in which SIDS is most likely to occur).\r
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White noise will help you sleep.\r
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Parents notoriously wake up every time the baby grunts or gurgles (and babies are NOISY CREATURES). Newborn swings can also be quite noisy, especially if they are only a few inches from your bed. White noise will help mask these small noises so you and your partner can sleep better.\r
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White noise can be easily attenuated.\r
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If your baby is older (usually after the 1st birthday), you can gradually begin to reduce the volume of white noise. If they continue to sleep well, you are done. If they wake up more frequently.\r
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