Knowing about Prenatal stimulation through music.
Hearing is the first sense that a baby develops in the womb, and the only one that allows him to connect with the outside.
This is how through vibrations, rhythms and melodies, a mom, a dad and her unborn baby can engage in a close and pleasant bond.
Music, that enriching element of life, is a bridge of love, a simple resource available to everyone that is also of vital importance for communication and the development of a full expression in the case of children with special abilities.
On prenatal musical stimulation and a music therapy approach of neuropediatrics.
Music therapy is a therapeutic discipline that uses the elements of music as a means to facilitate different health processes in people.
These processes can be therapeutic, rehabilitation, didactic, or preventive.
In music therapy we use the application of sounds and music, including silences and noises, which are combined with therapeutic and reeducational interventions, using different musical, corporal and specifically sound techniques.
This discipline of more than 40 years of history in our country, has very specific methods and techniques, in which music is used to maintain or rehabilitate the health of patients within a therapeutic process.
Many people ask me how music therapy in general differs from music therapy applied to pregnancy.
The difference lies in the framing and the objectives to be worked on.
Here we have a limited time to develop the treatment, since from the beginning of it, until the birth of the baby, there is an approximate maximum of 16 sessions.
On the other hand, the objectives are related to three basic aspects:
The first is to link, the relationship between those who are and the one who arrives.
The second is related to the needs of the future mother: fears, fantasies, anxieties, illusions, etc.
And the third has to do with the stimulation of the baby before birth.
These aspects are crossed by the concept that we call “The spheres of pregnancy”, which are paths parallel to the physical pregnancy through which emotional, mental and spiritual pregnancy transits.