We’ve come a long way as a civilization and as time passes by we evolve, change, advance in every possible field. This is especially true when it comes to personal hygiene and we feel like everything we do in that respect is perfect. We’d never go back to how things were let’s say 100-200 years ago, when people didn’t even had toilet paper, but when it comes to maintaining your behind in mint condition somewhere along the road we got things wrong.
We all have bathrooms, we all buy fine three-layered toilet paper, we wipe, we flush, we wash our hands and go about the rest of our day. This is how civilized people do it and that’s how we were taught to do it since we were little children. However, some steps in this process may not be so recommended and we might be doing something wrong. Can you guess what’s wrong in this process?
Well it is not, as some of these steps are not at all recommended, but this is especially true for “hygiene” after the emergency itself.
From an early age we are taught to Butt after the emergency is deleted from the bottom up, in order to avoid contamination of the vagina and penis faeces. Certainly makes sense, but certainly not the best solution.
Moreover, experts say that is any way to use toilet paper is wrong, because that way ever actually clean this area has literally mazes faeces all over my ass. Someone might say that a thorough wiping and it can not solve, but who can really be sure that the toilet paper completely clean when you’re done with its use?
Always keep at least a little brown and white, and if you can not see with the naked eye, microscopy reveals the terrible truth.
What is the only real way to clean is the water butt. As it is not practical to throw a shower after each emergency, the best option is a bidet. Hardly anyone has it in his home, even by fewer people know how to use, but its benefits are unquestionable.
When hygiene is added to the large financial savings and environmental benefits (Usa People in year so take advantage of over 35 billion rolls of paper, for whose production requires 1.7 trillion liters of water and 250 tons of chlorine), it is clear that not be just a fancy addition to the bathroom, more element that is really needed.
Maybe not the easiest to get used to it, but it’s not bad to try …