Since 1985, millions of parents have successfully used Heartbeat Lullabies along with our nurturing bedtime routine to stop crying, prevent colic, and train their child to sleep all night in their own bed.
Studies have shown that playing Heartbeat Lullabies will comfort a baby in intensive care, during painful and/or frightening procedures and in difficult circumstances.
According to a National Sleep Foundation Poll, about half of new parents are getting less than 6.9 hours sleep per night and are being awakened six to seven nights per week by their crying infant. Since the late 1940’s parents have been encouraged to let their baby cry to sleep. Recent research doesn’t agree with this unnatural response to your baby’s cry to be comforted ,,, Read More.