Achieving a more beautiful voice and breathing exercise techniques for a mother and her baby, during pregnancy

I often hear good news about singers or vocalists who become pregnant, at my salon. I congratulate you all!
I do not recommend following my basic healing exercises during pregnancy, if you suffer daily morning sickness or if you have been diagnosed with a disabling physical condition.
When the pregnancy enters a stable period, I would recommend you to be mindful of ”the special pregnancy program and its helpful techniques”.
The program was created to inform pregnant women, how to improve phonation and sound, through voice training, while pregnant.
Depending on what you seek for your voice and your specific pregnant condition. The main goal of the program is to give the fetus good vocalism, and comfort it through the sound of voice.
As I have said in previous posts, if you keep hearing tone-deaf singing for a long time, you are going to be tone-deaf too. This condition is a, mirror effect.
The person has a disposition which in turn is subconsciously imitated, without even realizing it, due to daily routines, surroundings, or just repetition. The same is true with the growth and maturing of a fetus.
You know, we generally hear of common comforting prenatal training through sounds, such as playing classical music or reading a book to the fetus. What I am going to share with you is more advanced.
The baby basically has good vocal characteristics, such as fatigue endurance and a carrying voice because they need to quickly convey requests and emotion through voice.
Their pitch is an “A” and that is equal to 440Hz.
When I talked with an affiliated phonic researcher, he said that, “The same key sound is not always an A, and this can vary due to the individual physical condition of the fetus”.
I believe, the vocal pitch is decided by length,thickness and hardness of the vocal fold, resonance, and chamber.
Furthermore, the size of resonance chamber(1.laryngeal ventricle 2.piriform recess 3.pharyngeal cavity 4.oral cavity 5.nasal cavity) also affect the pitch.
A smaller resonance chamber will create a higher pitch. (the size, the figure,the component and the moisture levels of mucosa are slightly relevant to pitch too)
A baby can easily produce the sound of ”A” because their resonance chamber is small.
Of course, frequency changes, depending on height and weight, might not necessarily be 440Hz. I do not aim to make the baby vocalize an ”A” properly.
My purpose is to give mother a better voice which in turn will effect the fetus.
A vocalized good voice in a pregnant woman/mother without stress, will result in a mirror effect to her fetus/child.
sometimes it’s just unbearable. So practicing and educating in the early steps of pregnancy can help teach tips on what stepos to take to make that baby’s cry/voice easier to handle daily. Every mother, at some point finds it overwheming when their child constantly cries, I hope they have a beautiful initial cry/voice!
Imagine surprising the doctor or midwife, when hearing the initial cry, and thinking ”How beautiful voice of a cry/voice they have!”
So, try not to breathe shallowly too often while growing a fetus during pregnancy.
This decreases the exchange rate between oxygen and carbon dioxide and is not good for fetus.
To fix this issue, take long deep breaths, while singing your favorite lullaby. Remember train in the comfort zone of your home or in a stress free environment for best results.
This technique will also improve blood circulation and will help relax you mentally as well.
Good luck and I am Wishing you all – A Safe Delivery!