Sitting Toilets Pose a Danger to Health Medical Science research How to urinate and defecate

MUST SEE AND SHARE! Sitting Toilets Pose a Danger to Health and the Health Benefits of the Natural Squatting Position
are strong advocates of the Natural Squatting Position and would tell people about this but it’s interesting that Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) taught us this over 1,400 years ago, Alhamdulilah!

*Note:There is a simple solution so you can gain this health benefit, it’s at the very end of the video, a foot stool (or maybe a Squatty Potty) so pay attention, if you choose to sit the other way it’s your choice, your decision we just wanted to share this great benefit with you with a easy adjustment.*

The Prophet (peace and blessings of God be upon him) taught us how to urinate and defecate, teaching us to sit down in a Squatting posture.

Many people today remain unaware that sitting toilets pose a danger to their health and well-being.

Seven Advantages of Squatting
Makes elimination faster, easier and more complete. This helps prevent “fecal stagnation,” a prime factor in colon cancer, appendicitis and inflammatory bowel disease.

Protects the nerves that control the prostate, bladder and uterus from becoming stretched and damaged.

Securely seals the ileocecal valve, between the colon and the small intestine. In the conventional sitting position, this valve is unsupported and often leaks during evacuation, contaminating the small intestine.

Relaxes the puborectalis muscle which normally chokes the rectum in order to maintain continence.

Uses the thighs to support the colon and prevent straining. Chronic straining on the toilet can cause hernias, diverticulosis, and pelvic organ prolapse.

A highly effective, non-invasive treatment for hemorrhoids, as shown by published clinical research.

For pregnant women, squatting avoids pressure on the uterus when using the toilet. Daily squatting helps prepare one for a more natural delivery.
Today a growing number of medical experts say humans are designed to squat to eliminate. It all comes down to positioning.

Squatting releases pressure on your rectum and makes it easier to defecate. Sitting in your normal up style toilet means you’re pushing against your own muscles. Many doctors say that using squat toilets reduce the chances of constipation, hemorrhoids, even bowel cancer.



Grey Shake says:

really wish this was on t.v. advertisements maybe stuff like this will be soon

The Poopstick says:

Great video and information! Something everyone should see and know about

Newage Lu says:

True, true! Please, tell me where can I find this video in high-res?

sir piggerlottle says:

i need to stop pushing so hard lol

Guersom Falcon says:

thanks for the video

Deeken Wheeler says:

I've been squatting my whole life

Heather Larrabee says:

I'm getting a stool so I can produce stool..bowel movements. My appendix is truly in dander

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