Stacked toilet stool


A stacked toilet stool comprising a stool body provided […]

A stacked toilet stool comprising a stool body provided with two footing areas, the stool body being provided with an arcuate recess opposite to the toilet, so that the stool body can be inserted under the front side of the toilet, said A stacking area is arranged in the middle of the stool body, and a child pedal is installed on the stacking area, and the child pedaling can raise the height through the block. The same recessed groove is also formed in the stacking area and above each of the blocks, and a protrusion which can be embedded in the groove is provided at the bottom of each block. The utility model is mainly used for high foot pad during defecation, defecation in a kneeling position, and the anorectal angle can reach 100 to 110 degrees, and can also increase the pressure of the abdomen, making the defecation easier, and the children can pedal through different numbers. The pad is padded to meet the needs of children of all ages. The utility model has the advantages of simple structure, convenient operation and low cost, and can meet the needs of people of all ages from young children to the elderly, and has good requirements. market expectation.
Modern toilets are convenient to use, but there is a big problem that has been overlooked. It requires us to sit down. The research shows that humans have been squatting in the toilet for thousands of years, and the original kneeling position is the best way to use the toilet, which is more comfortable and more scientific. Several Israeli scholars have found that it is easier to subjectively by sitting and squatting in the toilet, and objectively reducing the time of defecation by one-third. Sitting always feels strong and can't force, and for a long time, it is easy to cause hemorrhoids. Sputum scholars used the X-ray to scan the defecation process and found that the anorectal angle was about 80-90 degrees when sitting, while the anorectal angle was 100-126 degrees when squatting, and the abdominal pressure was high when squatting, which also promoted defecation. . Imagine walking on the toilet stool. As long as the mind turns, the lower abdomen is slightly closed, and you don’t have to raise your face and clench your fists. During defecation, the puborectalis muscle relaxes, the anorectal angle increases, and defecation is promoted. When the puborectal muscle contracts, the anorectal angle decreases, helping to control the stool. For this reason, people began to develop toilet stools for use in the toilet. However, the toilet stools currently on the market have only one fixed specification and cannot be adjusted in height. Therefore, the scope of the applicable crowd is narrow, which is not conducive to promotion.
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