Babies memorize music they hear as an unborn and remember it till four months after birth
The process of learning can start as early as when you are still inside the mother's womb and music heard at that time can be in the memory till four months after the birth.
Research shows the songs that your baby hears as an unborn become more familiar to when they hear it later and is very easily related to and memorised.
The impact of the music heard from inside the womb was obvious until no less than four months of age.
The finding recommends that moms to-be who advance a loving for Mozart, Vivaldi or Bach in the trust of boosting the improvement of their unborn youngster may not be wrong.
Finnish scientists gave 12 pregnant ladies a CD and requested them to play it noisily five times each week throughout the most recent three months of pregnancy.
They were educated to devastate the CD after delivery so that it is sure that any memory of that music was from the unborn stage.
The brains of the aforementioned who heard music before birth lit up increasingly on listening to the bedtime song - yet just to the natural notes.
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