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Squatty Potty is a toilet stool that helps you with your personal business.
My Thoughts on the Ecco stool:
Bathroom issues are private and something we don’t really like to talk about. A lot of people have problems with digestion and bowel movements. I personally suffer from IBS, those symptoms are horrible. Studies have shown that if you squat to release your bowels, you’ll have an easier time doing so. I have to admit this is true! I have had to exert a lot of pressure before to totally empty my bowels. When you exert pressure you can cause stomach cramping, pulled muscles, and even hemorrhoids.
Our colons have a natural kink in them so that we don’t have accidents. When in a sitting position on the toilet the natural kink is still there making it harder to go. If you squat, the kink is straightened out and it’s easier for a complete emptying of your bowls.
There are 5 medically proven problems with sitting to on the toilet as opposed to squatting. They are:
- Colon Disease
- Urinary Difficulty/Infections
- Pelvic Floor Issues
There is nothing to put together to use this, it’s one piece that already comes assembled. You simply put it in front of the toilet. I love that it pushes against the toilet out of the way when not needed. I am in total love with this product and recommend everyone to have one. There are 4 different models to choose from and they range from $25 to $80.
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