If you suffer from any of the following, you may just find that you’re one “stool” away
from resolving your bathroom frustrations;
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Did you know that two-thirds of the world squat when pooping?
Funny right? Something that isn’t funny is the growing statistics of modern day ailments such as constipation and haemorrhoids here in Australia alone. One of the major factors contributing to this is the design of our modern day toilets, which us in the western world have adopted. This unknowingly places our body in an unnatural position to eliminate.
You see, by elevating your feet on a TOILET STOOL, it places your body in a 35 degree angle (mimicking a natural squat), straightening out your colon, and making elimination easy and effortless. Click on the short 2 minute video to the left to see why you should adopt this simple, yet effective, TOILET STOOL to your daily routine.
Health experts often refer to our gut as our “second brain” which subconsciously controls our psychological state and day-to-day well-being. With social media placing a large emphasis on what we should put in, and apply on our body. There remains a large disconnection and lack of awareness when it comes to correcttoilet posture, which plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy body.
With rapid developments being made on nutrition and overall health, many habits in the way that we go about our daily routine are vastly different to how things were done several years ago. However, one major flaw in the advancement of technology and the way of living is the development of the modern toilet that us we in the western world have grown accustomed to. Although considered civilised and convenient, sitting upright on a toilet is not how we were anatomically designed to eliminate! By doing so, it places our body in a 90 degree angle which has been a commonly overlooked factor for contributing to many modern day ailments, such as constipation and haemorrhoids. This is a factor why two-thirds of the world still squat to eliminate and haven’t adopted to the modern toilet we use in the Western world.
We all have a puborectalis muscle that kinks our colon while we’re in a standing or sitting position. This kink ensures that waste is retained until you’re ready to release. The squatting position is mimicked elevating your feet which places your body at a 35 degree angle while sitting. This fully relaxes the puborectalis muscle and straightens out the kink, allowing for healthy elimination.
By adding TOILET STOOL to our daily bathroom routine, this simple yet effective product places you in the optimal position to help straighten your digestive tract and allow complete elimination without the urge to push and strain.