Scientists Create Music With Driving Sounds To Help Babies Sleep
Many parents know a surefire way to get their babies to sleep is to drive them around in the car.
But what if you didn't have to go anywhere or use any gas to get that sweet, sweet car sleep?
Scientists in the UK have created a collection of lullabies that incorporates "the soothing sound frequencies of a combustion engine," which they say is "a major contributor to a child falling asleep."
SWNS Digital reports, "The Nissan LEAF ‘Dream Drive’ lullaby, which is made up of five three-minute tracks, contains a combination of white, pink and brown noise varied in tone to create a hypnotic soundscape."
Check it out here.