Mothers who have just given birth and are breastfeeding know how hard it is to be available 24/7 to meet the demands of their babies. Breast pumps become even more essential when babies are born prematurely and may lack the strength to suckle properly. In those situations, pumped and bottled milk become a matter of health.
Anabella is a perfect solution for breast pump that provides relief for busy mothers. It mimics the muscles in a baby’s body used for suctioning. The result is an increase in the milk production from the breast of the mothers. It has adjustable power and speed to perform its functions.
With smart capability, a user can easily connect to the applications and synchronizes the pump with it. It also gives feedback about how often you are pumping. The multi-layered mechanism, in addition to being smart, is also relatively small, chargeable and lightweight.
Anabella, appears to be a rechargeable, single-breast pump that has a patent-pending design that tries to mimic the peristaltic movement of an infant’s tongue during breastfeeding, rather than creating suction using a diaphragm.
The technology managed to create a real tongue motion, along with the suction and other muscles of the mouth. This makes pumping breast milk much more effective and close to the real thing.