Squatty Potty Curve
- New for 2019 – the Squatty Potty Curve with a minimalist and sleek design
- Fantastic for smaller bathrooms with limited space
- Toilet stools are proven to reduce straining on the toilet, reducing the risk of damaging the pelvic floor muscles
- Durable and built to last and last
- Features foot and floor grips for comfort and safety
Lightweight, Small and Discreet Squatty Potty for Reduced Straining on the Toilet
The Squatty Potty Curve offers all the pelvic floor saving benefits of its original design, whilst taking up less space and looking sleek and discreet in your bathroom!
The new design is slimmer and fits perfectly around the base of your toilet. It has plenty of room for your feet to sit comfortably on the stool and has the same health boosting benefits of every item in the Squatty Potty range:
- The squat position opens the rectal canal to allow for a strain free poop
- Reducing straining during bowel movements is vital in the prevention of damage to the pelvic floor muscles
- Facilitates the avoidance of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and bladder and bowel incontinence
- Ensures a full and complete bowel movement so that all faecal matter is removed from the body, effectively ridding your body of toxins
- Leaves you feeling fully emptied and reduces the need for excessive wiping
We don’t like to talk about it, but constipation can and will affect all of us at some point. Using a toilet stool like the Squatty Potty Curve can massively reduce constipation and make for easy and relaxed bowel movements every time nature calls! If you’re a little shy around the subject however, the Squatty Potty Curve is a discreet toilet stool that you can leave in your bathroom or even store in a cupboard if you prefer.
How Does the Squatty Potty Curve Work?
Toilet stools give you the perfect pooping position to facilitate a full and complete bowel movement. ‘How?’ we hear you ask. There is a muscle near the opening of the anus called the Puborectalus Muscle. This muscle needs to fully open to allow for a bowel movement, but when we sit instead of squat to go to the toilet, the muscle is pulled party shut.
Our toilet habits have evolved over the years. Early man used to squat to go to the toilet and in many Asian and African countries this is still the case, where toilets are designed to allow the user to squat instead of sit. In the West, we like to believe we are evolved beyond squatting to poop, however, our bodies didn’t get the memo! Our bodily structure is still much better suited to early man’s toilet habits; this is perhaps why constipation is such a common problem in Western Countries. Toilet stools are a quick, easy and financially viable way to eliminate this issue, giving you the perfect pooping position every time you need to go.
Constipation: A Serious Business
Constipation is one of the leading causes of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) in both men and women and is responsible for the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles that control our bladder and bowel function. When you strain on the toilet, the muscles that hold everything in place in the pelvis become weaker and weaker. Over time, this leads to a loss of control over the bladder and even bowel muscles, leading to incontinence and POP. If you find that you often strain on the toilet, a toilet stool like the Squatty Potty Curve can save your pelvic floor muscles; but don’t leave it any longer than you have to. The loss of control over your bodily functions and POP are life inhibiting problems that are hard to fix once the damage is done. Furthermore, incontinence is a principal factor in the placement of women - in particular - in to nursing homes. To continue living your life free of bladder and bowel weakness and POP, do not strain on the toilet; there is no need to when you have the Squatty Potty Curve at your disposal.
|Recommended For||Reduce straining on the toilet by up to 90% and prevent prolapse and bladder/bowel incontinence|
|Included Contents||1 X Squatty Potty Curve|
|Length||Length: 19″ Depth: 12.5″ Height: 7" Weight: 1.6 lbs|