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Baby Sense Womb to WorldTM CD encompasses the perfect sounds combined to promote sleep and calm for your baby. Blended white noise, in combination with womb sounds transport the baby back to the last comforting days in the womb. The Baby Sense blended white noise is available as a CD from the store or download it from the iStore and Amazon in MP3 Format. Download here:

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Baby Sense Womb to WorldTM CD encompasses the perfect sounds combined to promote sleep and calm for your baby. Blended white noise, in combination with womb sounds transport the baby back to the last comforting days in the womb.

Did you know that shushing is a sound that people universally understand and make with babies? Shushing is simply white noise that you make yourself. Playing white noise at a volume similar to the baby’s cry will limit colic episodes. The volume can be adjusted according to the baby’s needs.

Available as a CD or from the iStore and Amazon in MP3 Format:
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Sleep: The slow rhythmical lilt of traditional lullabies is soothing, helping babies to fall asleep with greater ease.

Calm: In moments of irritability, babies are often settled and stop crying when lullabies are played.

  • Sleep: White noise induces sleep and results in a deeper sleep state. While listening to white noise, your baby will sleep more calmly and for longer periods without waking. Play the CD quietly in the room as background sound. Use while pregnant if waking at night
  • Calm: Womb sounds and white noise calms babies by taking them back to the familiar sounds of the womb. Playing white noise at a volume similar to the baby’s cry will limit colic episodes

Loud noise may be damaging to infant hearing and auditory development. It is recommended that they not be exposed to more than 50 dBA averaged over an hour. That’s equivalent to a dishwasher running in the next room. (Ref: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2014/02/25/peds.2013-3617)