Squatty Potty Port-A-Squatty
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Squatting is good for you - IT'S OFFICIAL!
There are thousands of Squatty Potty converts enjoying the benefits of a traditional Squatty Potty toilet stool - but what about when we go on holiday? A traditional Squatty Potty won't fit into a suitcase and when we asked users what they wanted many said 'Make a portable Squatty Potty!' So here it is, Port-A-Squatty. The perfect travel companion guaranteed to relieve the traveling bowel blues.
Squatting to poo opens the flood gates - literally! When we use a squatting position it unkinks the bowel for a fuller, cleaner evacuation. When we adopt the squatting position there is no more struggling with constipation or being left with a post-poo 'not quite empty' bowel. If we do not completely eliminate all faeces and some remains in the bowel, this causes more constipation and can even lead to bowel disease and appendicitis.
The health benefits associated with squat toileting are enormous and they include shorter toileting time, a cleaner, more complete evacuation of the colon, ridding our bowel of disease-causing toxins, and haemorrhoid prevention.
Don't let your holiday or travel adventures be ruined by constipation!
Whether you are on holiday, on a business trip (Oh those late meals and bowel clogging airline foods) or visiting friends, the Port-A-Squatty portable Squatty Potty will go with you! It is fast to inflate and deflate and the perfect travel companion to keep you regular!
We all know that there is nothing worse than 'a change of water' to bring on constipation, and even though your Mediterranean holiday may mean you are eating lots more fruit and fibre than usual and maybe drinking more alcohol too things can still get bunged-up. That’s why you need Port A-Squatty - it'll make your travels so much smoother in more ways then one!
Constipation literally affects your whole being - from your bowels to your breath - it's time to get squatting!
The muscles surrounding our rectum control whether our bodies are in continence or elimination mode - basically whether we poo or not.
When sitting down the anorectal angle is kinked and the puborectalis muscle chokes the rectum, keeping faeces inside. It's only when we squat by lifting our knees higher than our hips that the anorectal angle is straightened out. This enables the puborectalis muscle to release the strangle-hold on the rectum, resulting in complete defecation.
So, whether you have a dislike for toilets other than your own, or the change in water is to blame for your sluggish bowel you need to know that sitting on a traditional toilet literally keeps your body in continence mode and makes it difficult to eliminate waste. Straining puts pressure on the muscles and blood vessels which can lead to painful haemorrhoids, and since the pelvic floor comes under a lot of stress too it can lead to bladder weakness too. The amazing fact is that 1.2 billion people around the world who squat when toiling have almost no incidence of diverticulosis and fewer problems with piles. However, we in the West squeeze and strain our gut tissue until it comes out of our bottoms. Literally.
With a portable Squatty Potty you can enjoy full elimination even if you are away from home!
Simple to inflate and deflate, the Port A Squatty packs neatly and travels with you wherever you go. So, dump the laxatives, the bloated tummy and bad breath and instead embrace your portable Squatty Potty and join the healthy colon revolution that is taking the world by storm!
|Included Contents||Porta-Squatty, Pump and Discreet Carry Bag|
|Material||Strong, Durable Plastic|
|Size||When Packed Away in Bag: 50cm x 20cm x 35cm (20 Inches x 8 Inches x 14 Inches) | When Inflated: 47.5cm x 21.25cm x 28.75cm (19 Inches x 11.5 Inches x 8.5 Inches)|
|Washing Instructions||Clean Port-A-Squatty with a warm, damp cloth and your favourite gently cleanser.|