The Gro-hush uses white noise to help sooth Baby. Did you ever see that episode of Peppa Pig where it takes noise to help Baby Alexander sleep? ("The Noisy Night") Well it works a bit like that - only better! And there's no need to worry about your baby sleeping "too much" and missing out on feeds or other essential needs (like a nappy change) because it only soothes a baby without an actual pressing need.
Research into White Noise:
They acknowledge that white noises such as the noise of hair dryers and vacuum cleaners is known to settle infants and promote sleep. They state that white noise acts by masking other external removing such arousal stimuli and calming the baby. It was also found that white noise promoted sleep only in babies who were not hungry. Two of the babies who did not respond initially settled after a feed. Therefore it is unlikely that use of white noise will deprive infants of feeds, should they be required.
- Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included)
- Includes a high quality protective travel case
- Automatically switches off after 10 minutes
- Volume is preset to safe sound levels and cannot be changed
- Cushion is covered in soft 100% cotton
- Cushion cover is washable
- Weighs 107 grams (with batteries)
- Use from birth
Trying the Gro-hush with Freddie:
What we thought:
So... While I believe that nothing is better for settling a baby than a lovely long snuggle and feed in a warm and cosy, peaceful room, I also know that you can't always have that. I know I can't unless the other 3 are at school & nursery! The Gro-hush is a massive help when Freddie is finding it difficult to settle. And don't we need all the help we can get when it comes to little ones?
Gro-hush - £34.99 from The Gro Company
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