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Sweet Dreams - Baby Calming Sounds to help babies Sleep, Includes white noise sounds for babies with colic.

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Music Box Lullaby Sweet Dreams.mp3
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Ocean Waves Sweet Dreams.mp3
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Rain Sweet Dreams.mp3
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Vacuum Cleaner Sweet Dreams.mp3
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BABY CALMING SOUNDS:

A collection of soothing sounds and natural white noise that will help children sleep, especially those suffering from colic. This instant download contains over one hour of sounds that have been proven to be effective in calming and helping babies sleep. This is an entirely natural collection of sounds and is considered to be far superior to the white noise remedies that are often offered to infants with colic. Clinical studies have shown that deep, continuous sounds relax the brain and reduce stress. This album contains the following beautifully recorded sounds:

1. Music Box Lullaby
2. Womb Music (mother's heartbeat)
3. Wind Chimes
4. Ocean Waves
5. Hairdryer
6. Car Journey
7. Forest Stream
8. Vacuum Cleaner
9. Rain
10.Relaxing Sleep Mix



How does it work?

1. Listen to the preview - this is a short compilation of the sounds contained in this album.

2. Click 'Buy now' and purchase the album safely and securely via Paypal.

3. An access code will be emailed instantly to your registered Paypal email address (make sure you still have it!)

4. Click the link in the email and enter your special code. You will then be able to download the entire album as high quality mp3 files.

5. When you have downloaded the files you can play them on your computer, send them to your ipod or simply drag them into your CD burning software.

6. Each file is 6 minutes long and when you have found the sound that works best with your child, play that sound on 'repeat' until your child has fallen to sleep.




This album has helped many parents with children that do not fall to sleep easily. Between 10 and 15 per cent of all children get colic and having a baby with colic can make you feel depressed and exhausted. Most infants cry at bedtime or wake up several times during the night and some parents find that a car journey or something as simple as the sound of their hair dryer (a form of white noise) can help calm their child. This is why we have gone to great lengths to research and record the most effective sounds that will help babies sleep at night. We hope that this collection helps you and your child have a good nights sleep!

More relaxing downloads at: www.calmsound.com




General Colic Advice:

Every baby cries, but babies who cry for more than three hours a day for more than three days a week may have colic. A baby with colic will cry uncontrollably, despite being healthy and well fed. Colic is a harmless condition, although it can be very upsetting for parents or carers.

About one fifth of babies get colic, and it equally affects boys and girls, first born children and those born later. In general, it appears at around two to four weeks of age and can last for three months, or longer in some cases.

The cause of colic is unknown, however there are ways to help calm your baby down. In the past colic was thought to be related to the digestive system. However, although painful abdominal gas may contribute to colic, there is little evidence to prove it's due to gastrointestinal problems.

Another possible cause of colic is a combination of the baby's temperament and an immature nervous system. The baby's temperament may make him or her highly sensitive to the environment, and he or she may react to normal stimulation or changes to the environment by crying. Because the baby's nervous system is immature, he or she is unable to regulate crying once it starts.

The main symptom of colic is continuous crying for long periods of time. Although this crying can occur at any time, it is usually worse in the evening. Although colic is not thought to be due to pain, a baby with colic may look uncomfortable or appear to be in pain. Babies may lift their head, draw their legs up to their tummy, become red in the face and pass wind. Some babies refuse to eat. Difficulty falling and staying asleep is also common.

Normally, colic is not a serious condition. Research shows that babies with colic continue to eat and gain weight normally, despite the crying. The main problem with the condition is the stress and anxiety it creates within the home. Parents and other family members may find it difficult to cope with the constant crying, so it's important to have support and to take a break now and then.

Colic does not need medical treatment. However, any parent or carer who is worried about their baby's crying may want to get advice from a healthcare professional to make sure there is no serious problem.Before visiting a doctor, all other possible causes of crying should be eliminated. These include, hunger, tiredness, lack of contact, temperature or pain.

If your baby is diagnosed with colic there are many things parents can do to help the baby, and themselves. Though there is no single medicine or proven cure for colic, there are several measures that may help. Different babies are comforted by different measures, and parents usually need to try various methods to see what works.
Parents who bottle-feed their babies may want to try a different formula.

Parents who breastfeed their babies should continue to do so as weaning the baby from breast milk may make the colic worse.

Some women find that certain foods in their diet seem to make colic worse and they may find that cutting these foods out helps. These might include vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, sprouts, parsnips, onions, or beans, garlic, apricots, melon, spicy foods, caffeine and alcohol. By reintroducing foods gradually, you may be able to identify which food, if any, is causing the problem.

If there is a family history of milk sugar (lactose) intolerance, breastfeeding mothers could try eliminating cows milk from their diet. Sometimes babies are not able to digest lactose well, but this improves as they get older.

Some parents who bottle-feed their baby try changing over to soya-based formula, but there is no evidence that this is effective at reducing colic.

If your baby seems to have a lot of wind, make sure he or she is burped frequently. Babies who are bottle-fed may swallow air from the bottle so try feeding the baby in a different position, or using a bottle and teat designed to reduce the amount of air the baby swallows during a feed. These include curved bottles, bottles with a collapsible bag inside or bottles with a vent.
To soothe babies with colic, the following techniques may be helpful:

Carry the baby in a front sling or back pack.

Wrap him or her snugly in a blanket (this is called swaddling).

Keep the baby moving in a baby swing.

Place him or her near continuous noise or vibrations from household appliances like the dishwasher, vacuum cleaner or washer-dryer. The Sweet Dreams baby CD is a good example of these kinds of sounds, with the convenience of being able to play them on a portable stereo system or hifi.

Give him or her a dummy to suck on.

Give him or her tummy or back rubs.

Take a shower together as the warm water may be comforting
There are no medicines used to treat colic. However there are things which may help to relieve abdominal symptoms. It may be worth trying "colic drops" or "gripe water", which are available without a prescription.

Having a colicky baby can be very stressful, frustrating and challenging for any parent, particularly if it is the first child. Babies may pick up on anxiety around them, and this may make colic worse. It's important for the parents or carer to have time to themselves. Parents who feel overwhelmed should take a break. Ask a partner or friend to take over for a while, even for an hour or two.

And remember, all babies cry and yours is no different. We hope that our collection of sounds will be a tremendous help!

Best wishes.






Legal notice: Whilst we encourage you to create your own CD and play this album near to your child at bed time, this collection of sounds is offered for personal use only and you are not permitted to offer the files for sale or free download elsewhere; individually or as a collection. The sound files contained herein remain the copyright property of Big Fat Audio LTD and by downloading this album, you agree to use the sound files in the manor for which they are intended - as a sleep aid. If you have any questions, please contact us at sales(at)bigfataudio.com. The colic advice given herein is offered as a guide only. It is given in good faith and to the best of our knowledge but we do not take responsibilty for the methods you use in calming a baby or helping a child sleep. We will not be liable for any adverse consequences or outcomes as a result of the advice given on this page.

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Reviews:
  Clare White wrote:
RE: Sweet Dreams

I canīt recommend this album enough! My baby sleeps within minutes of playing these sounds and it has made the quality of her sleep better and given us a good nights sleep for the first time in ages. Thank you so much.

C. White


  Kate Lynch wrote:
To whom it may concern,

I would like to thank you for these wonderful sounds! We have had many a sleepless night over the past year since our daughter was born. We noticed that a short drive in the car would settle her down but this is not always possible and this is where the Sweet Dreams baby CD has come into its own. When we downloaded it we were able to play the sounds within minutes through the wonders of technology, and we found it incredibly effective in stopping her from crying and sending her to sleep. We now swear by the blow dryer and car sounds and once again, thank you for making this product available - and at such a reasonable price!

Love from

K. Lynch



  Michelle Roberts wrote:
I downloaded this baby calming CD last week and I am absolutely thrilled with the effect it has had. Our daughter has infant colic and used to cry for hours on end. The only thing that could get her to sleep was a ride in the car, so when we found that this collection of sounds included car ambience we knew it would help. As soon as we play it she falls to sleep, it is amazing. So I just want to say thanks for a great download - finally, we can all get some sleep!



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