New Technology That Puts Babies to Sleep – Officially Launches to Help New Moms Suffering From Postpartum

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Baby wont sleep? They will now…

Babies and mothers everywhere are about to get a little better sleep with the new Sleep Genius app for baby has officially launched.

NEWS-Park City, UT. – Right now 1 in 7 mothers in the US is suffering from postpartum depression that is driven mostly from a lack of sleep. Any parent out there can understand that the lack of sleep can lead to a mother’s mental meltdown. Studies show that better sleep makes for a better mom and a new app is here to answer the cries of moms and babies everywhere by helping them get the much needed rest they deserve.

The makers of “the world’s most scientific sleep app”, Sleep Genius, are back at it again, this time releasing Sleep Genius Baby, an equally extraordinary application clinically tested and used in hospital nurseries and NICUs throughout the U.S.

Created by leading experts in neurodevelopment, child development, sound, and music therapy, the app leverages decades of neurological research on the impact of music and sound in the development and sleep patterns of babies.

Dr. David Perlmutter, author of “The Better Brain Book,” says Sleep Genius Baby “is an essential ingredient for improving a baby’s sleep and promoting the health and development of their language, learning and music ability.” “Sleep Genius has succeeded in making a universal parental wish come true – a wish for one’s child to develop an inner sense of calm, as well as relaxed alertness, in guiding the child’s magical years,” explains Clinical and Research Pediatric Neuropsychologist V.L. Scaramella-Nowinski, Psy.D. “These melodies are delightful and joyous to listen to (I think for all ages) and empower the child at such an early age with the inner ability to further develop in mind, body and soul…What a marvelous treasure!”

Sleep Genius Baby is available now in the Apple App Store for $4.99.

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