Even 59-year-old men sometimes need to take a break and recall the warmth of a mother's womb.

In fact, a big topic of discussion on the Today show this morning was surrounding a new trend in Japan in which adults have been paying people to swaddle them like a baby as a means of relieving stress. The idea stems from the fact that a swaddle can make a person feel safe as it's supposed to mimic the womb, which Savannah Guthrie explained.

Of course, the team couldn't help but test it out...using a reluctant Matt Lauer as the guinea pig.

Since Guthrie recently welcomed her baby boy into the world, she promised she could do a great job and help Lauer alleviate his stress.

However, as she continued wrapping him up, he admitted he was only feeling more stressed.

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"Maybe it's the cameras or the studio filled with people," Lauer said sarcastically. "I don't feel at all comfortable."

Guthrie even attempted to take things a step further, playing lullaby music and offering him a pacifier, which he adamantly denied.

"This [video] is already going to appear in about a thousand sites online," he sighed. "I don't need a pacifier!" LOL!

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