Baby music is everywhere, whether it’s pop or country, rock or rap, rock and roll, jazz, classical or hip-hop, and it’s all great music.
But according to a new study from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, there’s a baby boom in the field of baby-friendly music, and there’s something that’s even more exciting than the music.
According to the study, music that is baby-focused has been linked to better academic performance, decreased risk for obesity and depression, and reduced risk for the development of anxiety and social anxiety disorder.
And according to the results, baby-centric music has a “deeper impact on the lives of those who are most vulnerable and have been most affected by the pandemic.”
The researchers surveyed more than 300 parents of baby music babies from five states across the country, and they found that music is a key factor in how baby babies learn, grow and develop.
When parents of young children listen to baby-oriented music, their babies are more likely to develop better social skills and to engage in behaviors like problem-solving and self-regulation.
And the results also support the idea that parents who listen to Baby B.S.O.B. may be the ones who benefit most from these benefits.
The study also found that those who listened to Baby S.O., for example, had more positive moods, increased self-esteem, and were less likely to have depression.
According the researchers, baby music helps babies develop self-confidence, self-reliance, social responsiveness, social bonding, and emotional intelligence.
And if you’re not convinced yet, check out this video: