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Pilot shares trick to stop baby crying on plane – and parents say it 'works every time'

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A pilot has conducted research into the most effective methods to prevent babies from crying on planes. While one of his suggestions is somewhat controversial, the other has been proven to significantly soothe infants.

Air travel with babies or toddlers can be a nerve-wracking experience, particularly when they cry and parents are unsure how to comfort them.

The pressure changes during takeoff and landing can cause discomfort for many passengers. While adults and older children can alleviate this by chewing gum or swallowing to pop their ears, babies cannot.

As a result, they often cry in response to the pain, which can also be distressing for their parents. However, according to Jimmy Nicholson, a Sydney-based pilot who also featured on The Bachelor Australia in 2021, there are ways to "stop your baby crying on a plane".

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