Music from First Moment
The life is given to us as a beautiful gift. How we handle with this gift, it’s up to ourselves. But actually we shouldn’t assume all responsibility because there are many circumstances making influence to all our lifes. And not only the circumstances we’re living in our childhood. There are many important things to remember even when the child is in embryo because in that time this little personality already hear and remember everything happening around him.
The one of strongest influences is music. It doesn’t really matters if the mother sing to her child or she’s listening the music. Two talanted specialist Prof.Ruth Fridman from Brasilia and Dr.Fred Schwarz from Georgia are specialized in perinatal stress reduction with music.
Prof. Ruth Fridman has been a pioneer in revealing the important effects of the first sounds that babies hear including the sound of mothers singing to them in the womb, at birth and as infants. In her proceedings she reminds us of her inspirational work with pregnant mothers she teaches to compose lullabies to sing to their babies. Her many presentations, travels, books, and song books are included in the impressive list of career milestones at the end of this article. Ruth is the current President, International Music Society for Prenatal Development (IMSPD).
Dr. Fred Schwartz is a board certified anesthesiologist, practicing at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a member of the International Society for Music in Medicine, the National Association for Music Therapy. He has used music in the operating room and delivery suite for over 20 years, and for the last 10 years has also produced music for pregnancy, childbirth and babies.
The music is sedative and gives many positive emotions. It is very believable that the behaviour of child can to differ because of fact did he hear the music in embryo or not.
Children is the most important thing in a world and we have to take care of them – from the first moment of his life.
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