In which month of pregnancy should you listen to Garbh Sanskar music?
Music has healing capabilities, and a soothing effect on our emotions as it helps us de-stress, relax and change our mood for better so any day of the pregnancy you got to know about the good news is the good day to start listening to music.
When you listen to calming music on the iMumz App, your anxiety and stress melt away and it helps you to bond with your unborn baby. Good hormones rush through your placenta and make the baby happy even when the baby cannot hear the music that you are listening to.
Babies begin detecting limited noises around week 16 of pregnancy. At about 24 weeks, your baby's outer, middle and inner ear — including the cochlea, the snail-shell-shaped tube in the inner ear where vibrations are converted into the nerve impulses we perceive as sound — are well-developed, and baby's ear is mature enough that he will likely turn his head in response to voices and noises.
Unborn babies are conditioned to music perception while still in the womb by the observed intense physiological music responses of the mothers. From 28 weeks, i.e. at the start of the third trimester of pregnancy, the heart rate of the baby already changes when it hears a familiar song. From 35 weeks, there is even a change in its movement patterns.
After birth, this music remains in his memory and helps you to soothe him when he is cranky.