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12 Things Unborn Babies Hate In Mom’s Stomach

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Pregnancy brings such excitement to a woman’s life. As soon as she finds out about expecting a baby, she engages herself in buying stuff for the baby. She buys cute onesies and boots according to her choice. Mothers share this beautiful bond with the babies in their womb. They want to make sure that everything they buy for their baby is liked by them. Which only a mother can understand if baby likes something or not.

Babies communicate with the mothers whenever she tastes a food; see stuff around or whatever she does. Babies even show what they do not like.

12 Things Unborn Babies Hate
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Here is a list of things that babies express about:

1. A Stressed Mom

Baby is very sensitive to what the mother is feeling. If a mother gets stresses the baby is going to know because of the hormone level changes.

So, the best ways to keep your hormones at an almost constant level is deep breathing, meditation, and exercise. These will boost up your energy and lighten up your mood.

A Stressed Mommy Unborn Babies Hate
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2. Sudden, Loud Noises

We know everyone likes soothing music if it is pleasant to the ears. Although babies don’t hear everything clearly, the muffled sounds from the outside world. They don’t like being disturbed with sudden loud noises. It disturbs their peace.

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So, try keeping your belly away from those noising mixers in the kitchen because they can disturb baby’s peace.

Sudden, Loud Noises Unborn Babies Hate
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3. Restlessness

Baby needs the mommy to be energetic and refresh. Restlessness can disturb the baby’s health and peace.

Get yourself enough sleep, when you wake up you’re fresh and happy. Babies get tired of lazy moms. Stay active for an active baby!

Toss and Turn Sleep Time Unborn Babies Hate
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4. Constant Peek-A-Boo of Lights

When we flash a light on the mothers’ belly, babies feel it and also respond to it. But too much flashing might disturb the baby’s peace, especially in resting-state because the baby could be asleep.

Sometimes baby avoids responding to lights so keep that light away.

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5. Toss and Turn During Sleep

Tossing and turning in the middle of sleep also jerks off the baby just like laughing your belly out does. This is not a good feeling when the baby is asleep. Firstly try not to move as much or move less, keeping the baby’s sleep in mind.

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6. Too Spicy Food

As we said the baby can taste the food that a mommy eats via the amniotic fluid. Babies particularly don’t like spicy food. You might notice baby movements when you eat spices, which are their way of expressing that they do not like it.

Spicy Food Unborn Babies Hate
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7. Depressed Mommy, Sad Baby

If we say that the baby doesn’t like too much belly laugh, wouldn’t mean that mommy has to stay stressed.

Staying stressed can affect your baby’s health.

Make sure your baby doesn’t cry in the womb before even actually stepping out in the outer world.

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8. Consistent Poking

No doubt it’s fun to poke and feel the baby inside your belly especially in last trimester. You can feel the baby movements. Baby enjoys this poking too if we don’t go overboard with it.

You never know if the baby is in the mood to play or not. So, in that case, we will suggest practice restraint.

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9. Less Space

In last trimester when the baby is all grown up, he/she may start experiencing lack of enough space so keep you stretched and avoid cuddling up.

Lack of Space Unborn Babies Hate
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10. Belly Laughs

Happy mothers give birth to happy babies. But when she laughs her belly out a baby doesn’t like these jerks. He feels agitated. Imagine floating in a fluid and the second moment you feel yourself on a trampoline. This is how the baby feels when mom laughs too hard.

Therefore, try avoiding the physical unsettling of your baby if you need him to be happy.

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11. The Hunger Pangs

If mommy is hungry, the baby is hungry and babies hate being hungry. They always want to be fed a little bit. As the baby feels hunger, he/she will start kicking or moving. Now we know what all those kicks are for? Food!

To keep your baby happy, head straight to the kitchen. Babies give loving kicks too which you’ll experience after you eat.

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12. Tired mother

When mother is tired baby is automatically tired. Massage is great tip to make your baby happy. Babies love it when they get massages.

Massages help blood circulation of mother consequently the baby becomes energized. Baby becomes all charged up after a good massage. Anything which is good for the mother is good for the baby as well.

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We hope this list will help you in keeping your baby happy and healthy. Don’t forget that happiness is the key. The happier you are the healthier the baby. You might want to learn these because you never know your baby communicates like this even after birth.

Be a happy mommy!

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