How is pregnant woman sitting in a rocking chair good for fetal development?

How is pregnant woman sitting in a rocking chair good for fetal development?

The fetus moves around in the mother's womb.
During the second trimester, the fetus is almost complete, the brain begins to expand more and more. When the mother moves, the fetus in the amniotic sac will move along with the mother, causing the fetus's skin to sense contact with the inner wall of the uterus all the time, thus affecting the development of the sensory nervous system.
In addition to the activities that mothers do in their daily lives, such as walking, standing, sitting, lying down, they all affect the development of the child. If this is the case, sitting in a rocking chair can affect the development of the fetus.

1. Fetal development through the pregnant rocking chair stimulates the brain cells involved in the movement and perception of the fetus.

2. The fetus has learned to rock systematically, that is, always rocking forward followed by the back. It's like this every time. It is the development of brain cells involved in movement.

3. As the expectant mother sits in a rocking chair, the fetus learns to respond to the environment and adapt to it. When the chair is rocked forward, the baby knows how to bend backwards to resist the rocking force and keeps himself centered. The unborn baby can learn and do it easily because it floats in the amniotic fluid. This act is like a lesson for the unborn to be tactful, understand and adapt to the new environment.

4. After birth, it is good for continued development in terms of developing the muscular system and balance. Babies after birth turn over and over faster than normal.

Knowing this, we would like to invite expectant mothers to sit in a rocking chair to enhance the development of the fetus.



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