Step on a small stool: this is the correct posture for the toilet


According to the British "Daily Mail" reported on July […]

According to the British "Daily Mail" reported on July 12, when using a seated toilet, stepping on a footrest under the foot can help people adjust the posture of the toilet and solve the problem of defecation.
This footstool is called "Squatty Potty" and is an artifact that helps users smooth their bowel movements. The traditional sitting posture does not help people to have good bowel movements. The designer of "Squatty Potty" said that when people sit on the toilet, the body bends to 90 degrees, but at this time the puborectalis muscle in our intestines is still tense. The colon is squeezed into a right angle and it is difficult to promote fecal discharge.
However, if you step on this footstool, you can simulate the natural squat posture and relax the intestinal muscles. At this time, the colon is also in a vertical horizontal position, which makes the stool smoother.
People with difficulty in defecation will love this artifact, and a small stool will solve their big problem. The current price of "Squatty Potty" in the US and UK is £29 and £27, respectively.
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