Which height easystool should I have?

Please measure your loo before you choose, generally greater than 39cm from bowl rim you can get a 23cm easystool. If the loo is 39 cm or less than a 21cm easystool is better. If you are flexible this is the general rule. If you are less flexible a 21cm is better.

How and when will I get my easystool?

Once you have made your purchase, you’re discretely packaged; flat packed easystool is sent via Australia Post parcel service and will take from 5 to 14 days depending on where you live from our workshop in the sunshine coast.

Can I put together the easystool?

Yes, the easystool is easy to put together. All you need is a screwdriver and a small amount of wood glue, the screws are supplied. The easystool is solid and stable with just the screws (and can still be taken apart) but for longevity and extra strength you can use glue.

Do I use the easystool every day?

The human body is designed to squat as the most efficient way to expel our bodily wastes. Using the easystool everyday means you will eliminate fully and with less straining. At first it seems a little different with a new posture but the body relaxes into the natural posture very quickly.

Can Kids use the easystool?

Children naturally squat to go to the loo and ironically we potty train them to sit unnaturally on a western loo. Why not keep them in the natural squatting posture with an easystool as you train them to use a western loo. Of course you will enjoy the benefits of naturally squatting too, if you’re doing it with your knees up the kids will too.

I think I don’t have a problem down there, why do I need an easystool?

Many people believe they don’t have a problem, but straining at the end of your movement due to the sitting posture can create a repetitive strain injury in the pelvic floor muscles. Over the long term this can cause piles and continence issues in later life. The easystool relieves any straining naturally by putting your body in the correct posture.

How will the easystool benefit my health?

Apart from feeling lighter from the fuller movement, you will not have that, “I haven’t fully gone feeling”. In turn less bloating can be experienced and more vitality.

The colon is the primary organ for storage of and elimination of waste and toxins from the body. If there is a build-up of waste continually between every movement, the body will attempt to eliminate toxins via other organs, the skin for example. Any faecal matter not eliminated waits inside the colon for the next build up to apply pressure again, and so it goes. It makes sense to eliminate totally the toxins naturally through the correct organ.

It’s important to not underestimate the effect that repetitive straining can do to continence in humans in the long term. The modern western loo is excellent at controlling hygiene and removal of dangerous faecal matter from our homes. But the design was developed for that purpose, not for the way humans were designed to defecate; squatting. Long term straining of the pelvic floor muscles can cause haemorrhoids and incontinence problems. It’s possible other internal muscles are also strained.

 

The Science of the Toilet Stool

 

Preventative health is the key to longevity; the easystool is simply a tool for your colon health. The analogy of using a toothbrush every day for dental health or you will get cavities. So you should use an easystool every day and do it with your knees up for colon health.

If your digestive and colon health is important to you and your family then consider an Aussie Eco-friendly Easystool.

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