The Natural Position Toilet Step Stool

How Does The Squat Easy Work?

When sitting on the toilet at a 90-degree position, the rectum is forced into a kinked position forming an angle which creates the need to strain in order to go. Straining can contribute to all types of bowel problems.

Squat Easy allows the feet to be raised which allows the puborectalis muscle to be relaxed, resulting in a smoother motion and help aid and manage the bowel health of those with issues like constipation, haemorrhoids, pelvic floor and irritable bowel syndrome.

Why Squat Easy?

The new Squat Easy is the first anti-bacterial toilet step – which makes it more hygienic.

Squat Easy helps you assume a natural posture allowing your colon to optimally eliminate body waste ensuring numerous physical benefits.

Designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom, the new Squat Easy is also designed to fit more snuggly at the base of your toilet, making it less conspicuous when not in use.

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The Science Behind Sitting And Squatting!

Sitting – A Kink In Evolution

Going to the loo for a number two is helped enormously when you completely relax the puborectalis muscle. Unfortunately, when sitting on the toilet at a 90-degree position, the rectum is forced into a kinked position forming an angle which creates the need to strain in order to go. Straining can contribute to hemorrhoids and bowel problems.

Squatting – The Easy Way To Go!

Squat Easy allows the feet to be raised which allows the puborectalis muscle to be relaxed, resulting in a smoother motion. Toilet steps have been found to aid the treatment of constipation and manage the bowel health of those with issues like constipation, haemorrhoids, pelvic floor and irritable bowel syndrome.

Squat Easy is recommeneded by doctors, medical professionals, healthcare experts and Gastroenterologists.

We’re Number One At Helping You Number Two

Humans have squatted ‘to go’ throughout evolution. Then the toilet was invented. The Challenge is, our anatomy is geared towards squatting.

The fibres which form a sling for the rectum are called the puborectalis muscle. When standing, the puborectalis muscle helps clinch the colon tight, keeping the waste where it is.

When we sit on a modern toilet, the puborectalis muscle only partially opens, preventing an easy flow. Only upon squatting does the puborectalis muscle relax and allow the colon to open fully.