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White Noise Machine to Help your Baby Sleep




By AJ

You may wonder why your newborn is not sleeping as well as you think they
should be, the answer may be attributed to the new sounds in his or her
environment.

While our little one was in your womb for 40 weeks, he was not in a totally
quiet shell he could hear your heartbeat and the constant rushing sound of
the fluids going into and out of the placenta. You may remember these sounds
during the times that your doctor listened to your baby's heartbeat. Now, he
is out in the world and there are many noises that can interrupt his
sleeping pattern.

The sounds inside the womb were pretty much absorbing other noises in the
outside world. Yes, he could hear your voice and the voices of other close
to you, but the sounds inside your womb worked similar to the way in which a
white noise machine works. The sounds of a white noise machine absorb other
sounds or allow your ears to hear the soothing sounds from the machine
instead of the annoying sounds such as lawnmowers, cars going by, and even
siblings playing in the next room.

White noise machines can give your little one a restful nights sleep by
helping them to fall asleep faster and sleep without interruptions that may
occur in the home. This does not mean they will not wake up if they are
hungry or in the need of a diaper change. However, you will be able to talk
and carry on your regular activities without worrying about waking up your
baby.

Many parents have tried several different things to help get their baby to
sleep during naptime and bedtime, without finding much that really works on
a regular basis. All the various things they have tried have either been a
major hassle such as using tapes, which you must rewind, and play over and
over again, or leaving a fan running all night, and a variety of other items
to make noise in the room that might help. However, a white noise machine
does not have to be rewound or does not keep a cool breeze blowing in the
room all night.

With a white noise machine, you will not have to worry about checking on it
every hour to ensure it is still making sounds to help baby sleep. It will
work without any hassles at all. Not only will your baby get a good night's
sleep but you and your spouse will receive the much-needed rest you deserve.
You will have peace of mind that your little one is quietly and calming
sleeping in the next room.

Many doctors are now recommending the use of a white noise machine for
babies that are colicky, are overly fussy, are not sleeping through the
night, or are having problems receiving enough sleep during the day.

Remember, sleep is an important part of the growing process and if your
newborn is not getting enough sleep, it can cause health problems and eating
problems. Investing in a white noise machine will ensure that your little
one get an adequate amount of sleep on a daily basis.
 
 
About the Author
For more information on white noise machines, check out http://www.sleepwellbaby.com where you can purchase these sound machines and other sleep and relaxation aids.

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