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Squatty Potty Slim Ghost Acrylic Toilet Stool

  • New look Squatty Potty crafted from sleek & understated sculpted acrylic glass
  • Puts us into the perfect position for easy & effective elimination
  • Clinically proven to reduce straining of the loo, preventing problems, such as; constipation, haemorrhoids & diverticulitis
  • Durable design supports up to 250 lbs in weight
  • Doctor recommended & FDA approved
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This doctor recommended toilet stool is designed to help us mimic a natural squatting position when we go to the toilet, aligning the colon for easier, more effective and complete elimination.

Although we have been conditioned to sit in an upright position when going to the toilet, the human body is actually anatomically designed to squat during elimination. Indeed, sitting on the toilet puts unnecessary pressure on the pelvic floor and rectum, which could lead to straining on the loo and, thus, constipation, haemorrhoids, diverticulitis or other bowel problems. When sat on the toilet, the anorectal angle/colon is kinked and the puborectalis muscle constricts the rectum, blocking the faeces inside. It is only in the squatting position, by lifting our knees higher than our hips that the anorectal angle is straightened out for fuller and cleaner elimination.

In many foreign countries ‘squatting’ toilets are commonplace, while problems such as haemorrhoids and diverticulitis aren’t. Not only are the muscles and blood vessels in danger when sitting, but the pelvic floor is put under a lot of stress too, which can cause bladder weakness and incontinence. The Squatty Potty has been expertly designed to put our bodies in the correct squatting position when we’re on the loo, so we are not at risk of developing any pelvic floor or bowel problems.

The Squatty Potty Slim Ghost Acrylic Toilet Stool is sleek and understated, offering all the benefits of the Squatty Potty without attracting attention or looking out of place. FDA certified as a medical device and clinically proven to reduce straining; this innovative invention should be a staple piece of furniture in every bathroom. Made from sculpted acrylic glass, it is durable and will support up to 250 lbs. At 7 inches in height, it is the standard height that is comfortable for most people and ensures the optimum position. Discreet and lightweight, it can be stored away easily if desired and it fits perfectly around the base of the toilet. Complete with grip lines for the feet, the Squatty Potty toilet stool is non-slip and completely safe to use.

Features & Specifications

MaterialAcrylic
CertificationFDA Certified Medical Device

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This doctor recommended toilet stool is designed to help us mimic a natural squatting position when we go to the toilet, aligning the colon for easier, more effective and complete elimination.

Although we have been conditioned to sit in an upright position when going to the toilet, the human body is actually anatomically designed to squat during elimination. Indeed, sitting on the toilet puts unnecessary pressure on the pelvic floor and rectum, which could lead to straining on the loo and, thus, constipation, haemorrhoids, diverticulitis or other bowel problems. When sat on the toilet, the anorectal angle/colon is kinked and the puborectalis muscle constricts the rectum, blocking the faeces inside. It is only in the squatting position, by lifting our knees higher than our hips that the anorectal angle is straightened out for fuller and cleaner elimination.

In many foreign countries ‘squatting’ toilets are commonplace, while problems such as haemorrhoids and diverticulitis aren’t. Not only are the muscles and blood vessels in danger when sitting, but the pelvic floor is put under a lot of stress too, which can cause bladder weakness and incontinence. The Squatty Potty has been expertly designed to put our bodies in the correct squatting position when we’re on the loo, so we are not at risk of developing any pelvic floor or bowel problems.

The Squatty Potty Slim Ghost Acrylic Toilet Stool is sleek and understated, offering all the benefits of the Squatty Potty without attracting attention or looking out of place. FDA certified as a medical device and clinically proven to reduce straining; this innovative invention should be a staple piece of furniture in every bathroom. Made from sculpted acrylic glass, it is durable and will support up to 250 lbs. At 7 inches in height, it is the standard height that is comfortable for most people and ensures the optimum position. Discreet and lightweight, it can be stored away easily if desired and it fits perfectly around the base of the toilet. Complete with grip lines for the feet, the Squatty Potty toilet stool is non-slip and completely safe to use.

MaterialAcrylic
CertificationFDA Certified Medical Device