Japanese invented something very practical. They provided the men with a breastfeeding tool, which will ease mothers’ work significantly.
The company Dentsu is the creator of the “Father’s Nursing Assistant.” The latest innovation allows the fathers to carry milk and feed the baby from an artificial nipple when mom cannot do it.
They have to wrap the device over one shoulder, and the silicon nipple dispenses milked when the baby sucks from it.
From now, the mothers don’t have to stay awake in the middle of the night to feed the baby. The fathers can do that now.
The device is a dispenser of milk, but it has an entire set of characteristics that makes it very practical.
It heats and vibrates, replicating the milk’s temperature that comes from the human body, and can track the baby’s sleep. All those analyses come to your phone.
The company stated:
“The amount of time infants in Japan spend sleeping is shorter compared to the rest of the world. Much of the parental stress and difficulties surrounding childrearing are related to feeding and sleeping, and generally, the rate of participation by fathers tends to be low. Breastfeeding is also effective at helping the parent sleep-a benefit that is currently skewed toward women. Focusing on breastfeeding, we aim to decrease the amount of burden on mothers and increase the number of time infants sleep by enabling fathers to breastfeed.”
‘ Father’s Nursing Assistant” isn’t beneficial only to ease the mother’s role, but it is convenient for single fathers and gay-couples.
Breastfeeding is recommended for the babies because the child receives nutrients and antibodies that boost their immune system through the milk.
Besides, breastfeeding improves the parent bond.
The innovation and huge discovery is beneficial and highly practical.
Maybe you think that this innovation is unusual, but you can find some product on the market, which will make you raise an eyebrow.
One of those inventions is ‘The Chestfeeding kit” by Marie-Clare Springham. Their discovery includes a lab-made female hormone that allows men to produce milk and breastfeed the baby.
Parents Springham said:
“This project began when I learnt about the code of silence that surrounds the issue of mental health and new parents. I was shocked to learn that over half of the women experience emotional problems postnatally or during pregnancy and that new fathers also often suffer, experiencing feelings of exclusion and fear of being unable to cope.’ After learning that the common trigger of postnatal depression for mothers is the pressure to breastfeed, I developed this kit to help couples support each other, as well as their new baby.”
We can’t wait to see fathers’ experience with the latest innovation.
Take a look at the video below: