Colon related diseases could rarely be found in the olden days just because of the habit of people squat pooping for defecation at that time. With the advent of the toilet seat, the habit of squatting slowly gave way to convenience but a host of health problems also began to arise with it like hemorrhoids, colon cancer, constipation, Crohn’s disease and appendicitis. Squat poop proponents hold the toilet seat responsible for this and are of the opinion that squatting is the only “natural” posture that can squeeze clean the ceceum from the top to the bottom, thus preventing any kind of toxic “fecal stagnation” in the body.
Toilet lovers may still think of squat pooping as a horrible idea, as opposed to parking oneself on a nice toilet seat to eliminate fecal waste. Living in the 21st century and behaving like a 10th century civilian seems to be nothing less than appalling, if not unacceptable. Right? Wrong. If you do not know how to squat poop it might take you some time, but once you warm up to the concept and posture of it, you are sure to get the feel of how helpful it is for your health.
Advantages of squat pooping
Elimination of feces become easier, faster and complete, thus helping one to avert “fecal stagnation”, the most common cause of appendicitis, colon cancer and irritable bowel syndrome in individuals.
Loosens up the puborectalis muscle that usually stifles the rectum from maintaining continence.
Protects the prostrate controlling nerves and also the uterus and the bladder from getting damaged from excessive stretching.
Clinical theories say that squat pooping is an excellent non-invasive cure for hemorrhoids.
Squatting aids a pregnant woman in preparing for natural delivery.
Postural advantages in pooping are undeniable and to squat poop is the best way to achieve this.