During pregnancy, does what you read and watch affect the baby's health and way of thinking?
Hello, I am 20 years old. I am 4 months pregnant. My mother suggested that I should read good books and watch something good on television. She said what I watch or read will have an impact on my kid. Is this true? does what you read and watch affect the baby's health and way of thinking when he is an adult?
@alexis Hello, it is not scientifically proven but it does affect the baby From the first week of your pregnancy to the fortieth, it's important to take care of yourself so you can take care of your baby. Even though you have to take some precautions and be ever-aware of how what you do and don't do may affect your baby, many women say they've never felt healthier than during pregnancy. Language learning begins in utero, and studies have shown that parents who talk and/or read to their babies throughout pregnancy promote early word recognition after they're born, which could make them smarter.