I know that your ALS/MS diagnosis has been one of the most difficult things for you to deal with. Especially since the disease sapped your independence and left you in a constant need of assistance. Even the most personal of acts, using the toilet, has become a cause of embarrassment for you. I can tell that the frustration has been mentally burdensome and I don’t blame you. I would have a hard time allowing another person to clean me after using the bathroom. That’s why I am excited to tell you about a new solution I have found. It is called the Spaloo bidet toilet seat and it promises to return your bathroom independence if you are suffering from ALS or MS.
Tired of that old tub room? Dated, worn, and dirty; your bathroom may be crying out for a renovation. It should be a spa-like retreat that lifts your stress away and transports you to a place of serenity. Believe it or not, all it takes is a new coat of paint or a few upgrades and you’ve got an instant bathroom makeover. Try subtle changes like swapping out towels and buying a new shower curtain, or go all out and splurge on top-of-the-line hardware and faucets. Give these simple bathroom makeover ideas a try and your bathroom will instantly go from “eww” to “ahhh.”
Sure, bidets only use 1/8 of a gallon of water compared to the 4 gallons most toilets use, but how can bidets save trees? Think about how much toilet paper you go through in a year. How does 20,000 sheets sound? That’s how many sheets the average person goes through in a year, and all Americans combined use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper a year.
Switching to a bidet could completely eliminate the use of toilet paper in your household. Yep, 20,000 sheets could turn into 0. You would be saving 1.5 pounds of wood per toilet paper roll and if every American made the switch, 15 million trees could be saved. By eliminating the need to buy toilet paper, not only do bidets save trees, but they’ll be saving you some green too!
Ever wonder how many deadly bacteria are lurking on your toilet seat? For something used multiple times a day you may think the porcelain throne is just a host for millions of bacteria. Well, it turns out you should be more worried about cell phones and sponges than that dingy seat. Be prepared to be shocked by these items that are crawling with even more bacteria than your toilet seat.
- Cell Phones: For something that touches our face and is placed inches away from our mouth, we would like to think it doesn’t carry any bacteria. In reality, cell phones carry about 10 times more bacteria than your toilet seat.
Grab bars may seem best suited for public bathrooms, but they’re not just limited to commercial use. Installing bathroom grab bars in your home provides many benefits that make them a worthwhile installation.
Why Install Bathroom Grab Bars?
There’s no avoiding the fact that as we age, moving around becomes more difficult. However, bathroom grab bars provide necessary assistance for the elderly. They can be installed in showers, bathtubs, or next to the toilet to aid in getting up or entering the shower.
Who says living in a small space means you can’t live large? Even if you’re confined to a small bathroom, there are still plenty of ways you can incorporate character and even luxury into a tiny powder room.
Solutions for a Small Bathroom
For a simple and affordable update, refresh those walls with a coat of paint. In order to really open up the space, try to stick with light and bright colors such as sky blues or warm yellows. Contrary to what most may think, it is ok to use darker colors in a small space. Aim for cool colors, though, as they recede from your eyes and will actually expand the space.
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After using the toilet we have two basic choices for cleaning ourselves; we can wipe ourselves with conventional toilet paper or embrace the Bidet Culture and wash off with a bidet toilet. The need to clean ourselves is not a new dilemma; we have always tried to keep ourselves clean and germ-free after using the toilet. What’s new is the options available for cleaning. Back in ancient times, the solution was using corn cob husks, leaves, or sponges. As we evolved we used newspapers or the Sears Shopping Catalog.
If you have already installed a Bidet in your home, and you travel for work or pleasure as I do, the thing you miss the most when you are on the road is your Bidet Toilet Seat. If you have not installed a Bidet in your home, as of yet; I will share with you the top reasons why everyone needs a bidet toilet seat in their bathroom.
The Top Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Bidet Toilet Seat
- Feeling Clean and Fresh: Using a Bidet Toilet regularly will leave you feeling clean and fresh all day long.
In the U.S.A. alone, over 2 million patients visit their physician each year in search of chronic constipation relief. The associated cost of such visits is astronomical, reaching hundreds of millions of dollars annually. For those affected by some form of constipation they often experience three or less stools per week. In extreme cases patients may only have one stool per week.
Constipation can have a different meaning for different people. For some the only symptom is infrequent bowl movements. For others, your condition may be more complex. Constipation may result in hard, painful stools. Read more
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