Flasks, why or why not research, facts and figures

Health FelixThePyro July 25, 2016 0 15
Flasks, either collect your breast milk using a breast pump. Why do women do it? And above all: why not? For example because of the noise or price of such a device. But also because our society still - especially in the workplace - denies that mother-are the most important job in the world 'mothering you do it in your spare time. " That point is a matter of cultural awareness. But the newest pump devices come in any case already more meet the needs of women. Women spend an average of thirteen weeks of breastfeeding. Then they switch to bottle feeding. That is one of the results of research conducted by baby product brand Difrax, conducted by independent research bureau Blauw. Blue did research among two groups: kolvende mothers and non-mothers kolvende.

Why women stop breastfeeding?

According Difrax is why women after thirteen weeks already stop breastfeeding, presumably ending their maternity leave and go back to work. Why women from the study will no longer pumps? One third of the kolvende mothers with a job state that they find it embarrassing to go pumping at work. But also the amenities default. Kolvende 32% of mothers with a job simply can not find a good place to work to express milk.

The main reasons that mothers have to go flasks

  • 1. to have food for the baby if she herself is not;
  • 2. to encourage adequate milk production;
  • 3. because they are breastfeeding and want to continue to give back to work.

Flasks: rather go longer

No less than 45% of women decided to continue pumping than they could do in practice longer. This equates to an average period of about six weeks shorter flasks. The intention is pumping an average of 5.5 months, the practice is 3.8 months. That in itself, while more than half, or 53% of the mothers kolvende says the flasks themselves ideally to be found, because the nursing woman has more freedom in this way.

Baby Innovation Award

During the Nine Months Fair in February of Vivienne Eijkelenborg received from the hands of Babette van Veen already the first Award for her flask. Baby Innovation Award. Nominated by a jury and ultimately by the consumer as the winner.

Flask Equipment: expensive and noisy

There are cultures where women can show their wife- and his mother in pride to the world. Among other ancient Indian cultures, seeing the femininity as the source of all life, and the female cycle and fertility as sacred. But Western women isolate themselves still often tune out all that has to do with the feminine: menstruate we do on the sly, breastfeeding and pumping. The practical use of a breast pump, a lot of women appears to also attack against all. Nearly one-third or 31% of the kolvende than women felt excluded from the area. But the equipment is inadequate. Devices flask, according to the women especially expensive and noisy.

Finally: Difrax introduces the butt of the new generation

Women's dissatisfaction with existing pump equipment, the manufacturer brought Difrax committed to develop a breast pump which meets the requirements and expectations of women. Vivienne van Eijkelenborg, director Difrax ?? We spent three years working intensively on developing an electric pump. We have assembled a team of medical experts in the development of BtoB flask. For example, lactation consultants, pediatricians, obstetricians and maternity nurses collaborated to create an excellent product of the flask. I am extremely proud of the result. The flask is quieter and unobtrusive because the shell is worn under the bra and will actually women the opportunity to breastfeed longer. ??

Difrax Breast to Baby

Difrax flasks and accessories are available at baby stores, but also from the Difrax webshop. Besides the BtoB flask, there is a complete kolfset including bag, breast pads, breast milk storage bags and a kolftas.