Australian parents are driving up to 1,500 kilometres a year to get their ...

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Australian parents are clocking up an extra 1,500 kilometres a year in a desperate bid to get their babies to fall asleep 96% of parents drive for up to an hour a week trying to get their babies to sleep Baby sleep experts say driving to induce babies' sleep works 'exceptionally well' The gentle rocking and white noise of driving mimics being in the womb 

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:36 BST, 1 October 2019 | Updated: 05:53 BST, 1 October 2019

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Parents are driving up to 1,500 kilometres a year in a desperate bid to get their babies to fall asleep.

A staggering 96 per cent of fed up Australian parents spend up to an hour a week in their cars to send their crying infants to sleep, according to new research commissioned by mycar. 

Baby sleep consultant Jo Ryan said driving a car to induce babies' sleep works 'exceptionally well' for calming them down.

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