Listening to lullabies, heartbeat sounds and entrained breathing sounds yielded significant improvements in premature babies' vital signs, such as slower heart rates and better quality of sleep, according to a study in Pediatrics. The lullabies also boosted babies' appetite and sucking behavior and lowered parents' stress levels, researchers found.
Music therapy can improve vital signs among preemies
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