Stimulate Baby's Senses to to Improve Intelligence

A child can learn better if all senses fully developed since infancy. Parents need to develop children system senses  from birth so that children grow up to be someone who is intelligent.

The development of the system senses that both babies had a major influence on brain development. When the sense of hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch dams can respond with a good response, the brain will be stimulated to process the stimulus.

Here are the things you need to consider to improve the intelligence of children through the system senses from infancy, as reported by Fit Pregnancy, Monday (02/11/2013), among others:

1. Hearing
A renowned child psychologist at Harvard University, Jerome Kagan, Ph.D. stated that the baby will feel calm when listening to music with melodic harmony, but can also be fussy baby and cry when listening to music with a melody that is irregular.

Baby's ears are very sensitive to the quality of sound and intonation patterns are different. Even newborns seem to be able to detect the difference between high and low tone of voice of men and women. This is one reason the baby is able to respond to the rhythm that is used when talking to adults.

Parents need to take advantage of it by getting the baby talk as often as possible to help develop language skills that are important for your child's future.

2. Touch
Touch is the most well-developed senses of the baby after birth, even a simple touch as stimulate the baby's mouth with a mother's nipple to encourage growth.

A study also showed that premature infants who were massaged regularly to gain weight than babies who are not massaged. Soft touch can also help prepare the baby's body with hand eye coördination.

3. Taste and smell
A study at the Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia found that babies can grow their own appetites through taste and smell are present in breast milk. Babies will give different responses when natural odor or taste of the water they drink milk changed.

Infants can also recognize the distinctive smell of his mother and a study stating that the baby would not stop crying and feel better if had been in his mother's arms and recognize that he is in a safe place, which is his mother.

4. Vision
During the first 12 months of life, the development of infant visual sense may vary. But generally every child will make perfect vision stage of development before the age of about 3 or 4 years. Choose baby toys with bright contrasting colors to help develop baby's sense of sight.

Parents may be worried when I saw the baby's eyes a little tendency to deviate as it tries to focus, but it is normal until the age of 3 months. After the baby is 6 months old, babies have both eyes move in rhythm when looking in one direction.

It is most important to develop a baby's sense of sight is to make eye contact. Studies show that babies who have less eye contact with their parents, will experience delays in the development of the sense of sight.


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