How do you move, what do you do, how does the baby live in the womb?
Such is the life of a baby in the womb (Fotу: iStock)
Sleeping and waking up
From the early stages of pregnancy, the fetus is more like a newborn than we think. He sleeps, moves, listens to sounds, has thoughts. Like newborns, fetuses sleep most of the time. At 32 weeks, the baby sleeps 90-95% of the day: part of it in deep sleep, part in REM state, and part in indefinite state, which is because the brain is still underdeveloped. Just like adults, the baby's eyes are constantly moving during REM sleep. According to some people, they are still capable of dying! If this is indeed the case, infants are probably similar to what they have already experienced in fetuses, and they can be ogens in the womb. Closer to birth, as with newborns, 85-90% of the time sleeps.
Most of the baby starts to move around the 9th week of pregnancy, and these movements can be seen on ultrasound, even if the mother does not feel it. By week 13, the baby is able to put his thumb in his mouth, even though the muscles needed for finger sucking have not yet fully developed. After that, he is awake, asleep, the baby is making about 50 movements, moving his body parts, moving his body, head, face, limbs, touching his face, crossing his face. By week 37, you are also able to pinpoint things with your fingers. It also does things that seem a little strange, like licking the lining or pressing its feet against the lining, "## 8222 ##" for example, they jump up and down when the mother laughs. By week 29, the mother may experience the baby moving at least ten times.
Study and memoir
In addition to being able to feel, see and hear in the womb, the baby is also capable of learning and remembering. For example, at first you may be afraid of a louder noise, but if you hear the same thing repeatedly, you will not be afraid of it again. For example, twin fetuses develop some common gestures and habits after the 20th week of pregnancy, which persist after birth. In an Austrian experiment, for example, it has been shown that when a baby is watching an emotionally disturbed movie, the babies are also upset in the womb. When the babies replayed the movie three months after birth, they responded similarly. In the 1980s, researchers at the University of North Carolina developed a method to help babies other, if more slowly. The experiment revealed that the baby as we are able to distinguish the sound of their mother from the strangers in the little post-natal home, because they already know it from the womb. They also did research that involved hearing a story in the womb more than once with babies who were also more familiar with the womb than the mother. The music that soothed them when they were in their womb also calmed them down after their birth. Therefore, the fetus is able to hear, learn and remember at some level, like most infants and children, they love the sounds they know because they are comfortable and soothing.(VIA)Related links: