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Friday, May 17, 2019

How To Poop When You Can’t Without Any Laxatives


Since the invention of modern toilet seats, humanity may be improperly excreted for its mercy in a way that is incompatible with the anatomy it evolved and adapted to! In this article we talked about what you need to know about the stool, the position of the right stools briefly mentioned. In this article, we will explain the correct defecation position by referring to an important research on this subject.

A study at Stanford University shows that people's toilet habits are not the way they should be, and are inappropriate to our anatomy. And this research isn't new! Henry L. In a book entitled Gastroenterology, published by Bockus, there is a section like this.:

"The proper position for defecation is the squatting position. In this position, the hips should be pulled towards the abdomen. In this way, the capacity of the abdominal cavity is largely closed and the abdominal pressure increases, which increases the propensity."

This is thought to be caused by puborectalis muscle. This muscle is seen below:

Location of puborectalis muscle in sitting and squatting positions

This muscle acts as a slingshot for the rectum where the feces are removed. As in modern times, when you sit in the toilet, the bow that holds the rectum loosens, but only partially... In the crouching position, this bow is completely relaxed and bowel movements are much easier. As shown in the main image, it is recommended to squat between the knee and the axis of the body with an angle of about 35 degrees.