We all know women are "different" when they're pregnant, and it turns out that music affects them differently too.
A study in Germany, published in ‘Psycho-Physiology', found women who are pregnant had a stronger reaction to music than women who are not pregnant. And that for some reason, pregnant women experienced a greater drop in blood pressure when listening to soothing music, and a higher spike when listening to songs they described as irritating.
Something you might want to keep in mind if you're trying to pacify a mother-to-be in your family.
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