A company has invented speakers that can be put into your vagina.
As we all know, there are a lot of products available in the market which can stick to our vagina. So if you have one of them, now you can include the speakers as well.
It is a small intravaginal device that calls it as Babypod speakers. It has created to play your favorite tunes to your unborn child in the womb.
You can purchase it for $150 and the small speaker can be plugged into any device that plays music, after that it can be inserted into the vagina.
It will play gently in the womb and you can also listen along using the attached earphones.
Even though the device is created to play music to the baby, you can introduce your favorite songs or radio station to your unborn child.
On their website, the Spanish company claims the product is one of a kind, writing:
Scientific studies show that is the only one that stimulates the vocalization of babies before birth through music and encourages their neural development. With Babypod, the strongest bond starts through music and inside the belly. It will be the first shared experience between a mother and her baby, and the child’s first musical and learning experience.
Babypod is the only product of its kind scientifically guaranteed. It has been tested and approved by Institut Marquès, an internationally renowned center in Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Assisted Reproduction.
For parents, it is also an unforgettable and exciting experience and the first shared with your baby. Quite a show. Give your baby a universal stimulus, send a message from the womb and make sure it is heard.
Some studies have claimed that the effect of music on a fetus includes improved cognition, motor skills, and attention span in newborns and that prenatal music can be a tool for auditory learning.
For all fetuses, the heart rate actually reduced when music played at lower decibels. The researchers saw this as a sign of the fetus paying attention to the audio stimulus.
A 2013 study looked at the effect of “auditory learning” in the fetal stage by playing the tune of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” 5 times a week to expectant mothers. The newborns were then studied at birth and then at 4 months, to see how they reacted to the same melody with some changes, as well as to the unchanged tune.
Those who had been exposed to the music before they were born were more responsive to the unchanged notes than the control group. Even the amplitude or extent of response increased directly in relation to how much prenatal exposure they had to the music.
Therefore, Babypod would be useful for expectant mothers.
However, When we insert any device to our body it can bring certain side effects if you’re pregnant, you should be alert on possible infections and illness, under the guidance of a doctor, you can clearly use this device. When it comes to the soundwaves, there’s no indication that it could damage your baby.
However, When its come to the safety side of the device, In Insider they have mentioned, Babypod sent over documents that showed the Music In Baby device was accepted by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a “general welfare product”. This means it’s not tested with the same scrutiny as medical devices, however, that the device isn’t excessively unsafe and it could possibly hold some positive benefits for general well-being.
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