The toilet footstool may have gained popularity from a clever viral video campaign, but new research confirms it really can improve the way you (bowel) move.
You may be going to the bathroom wrong.
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With awkward doctors’ visits and possible medical interventions with unwanted side effects, many people are trying different ways to make using the toilet an afterthought in their everyday lives.
Relief may come in the form of simply adjusting your toilet to better fit the shape of your colon.
New research backs up the potential benefits of outfitting the base of your commode with a small footstool.
The idea of this small intervention is that it lifts a person’s legs. It gives them more of a “squatting” posture, the one humans use to make when going No. 2 outdoors before we invented modern plumbing.