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Anti constipation Squat Toilet Stool Squatty Potty 7" inch Heal Squat Hemorrhoids

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  • SquattyPotty Ecco Toilet Stool - 7inch
  • Encourages health squatting position
  • Reduces & prevents constipation & haemorrhoids
  • Easier, more complete waste elimination
  • Stores discreetly beneath toilet bowl.

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Technical Details
Brand SquattyPotty LLC
Model NumberECCO7INCH
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions43.4 x 30.2 x 24.6 cm
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Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank 43,676 in Home & Kitchen (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
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Date First Available28 Jan. 2013
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SquattyPotty is the newest health gadget that will change the way you poop.

Our bodies have been anatomically designed to squat to do our business. When sitting on the loo the rectum is choked by the puborectalis muscle to keep the body in continence mode, which results in straining and incomplete bowel movements. It is only in the squatting postion, with knees raised higher than the hips, that the rectum is released and waste elimination can take place properly.

Straining on the loo causes a huge amount of pressure on the pelvic floor, rectal muscles and blood vessels around the rectum. Excessive straining can therefore cause bladder weakness, faecal incontience & haemorrhoids.

The inability to fully eliminate all waste from the bowel can cause a build up of facael matter in the bowel. Not only can this cause a blockage leading to uncomfortable bloating and costipation, it can also irritate and infect the bowel resulting in IBS, bowel disease and appendicitis.

SquattyPotty helps you to have more complete bowel movements so that after each visit to the bathroom your bowel is clear and healthy. Not only does this reduce the risk of infection, it also helps you to feel healthierand can aid dieting, as it clears all waste so that as fresh food passes through the gut the nutrients from it can be absorbed more efficiently.

The brilliant thing about SquattyPotty is that is allows you to enjoy the comfort of your sit-down loo whilst achieving the squatting position. It has been ergonimcally designed to raise your feet to the optimal height for most effective pooping, and when not in use it stores neatly beneath the toilet bowl.

The 7 inch SquattyPotty is suitable for toilets 15inches or less tall.


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