Mozart - newborns -preemies

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The “Mozart effect” refers to the capacity of his music to boost temporarily IQ. Now a new study has found that Wolfgang Amadeus’ work may help premature babies to grow. The study was based on the theory that music may lower metabolism and therefore would assist in weight gain. A group of premature but healthy babies (one month old on average) listened to 30 minutes of Mozart on two consecutive days. Their metabolism was measured and was also measured on two other days when they experienced 30 minutes of silence. When listening to the Mozart their metabolism dropped by ten to thirteen per cent compared to the silent times. This shows that Mozart’s music lowers metabolism and may therefore increase weight gain. Is it Mozart, or music, or certain types of music? The next study may have to try Led Zeppelin just to be sure.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.

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