That, is the Toileting Question!
1. The Heading: I'd only just written an article about the 'Worst Xmas Gifts Ever', and
2. The Photo: showing a delighted looking elderly lady (in beige slacks).
But, why was she... <giggle, snort>.... STANDING ON A TOILET???
Seriously, how can they ever NOT be funny?
I had seen them advertised on TV and thought what a great idea."
in toilet paper and, I see going to the toilet as a time of luxury.
It is the best Christmas gift I have ever received!"
Instead, Sylvia introduces us to the wondrous electronic Bidet Toilet Seat. A magical two-in-one appliance that means upon completing her regular toileting ablutions, Sylvia gets to be luxuriously “warm water washed” and “air-dried”.
And without having to budge - BLISS!
And that apparently, it was the Japanese who first invented the modern integrated 'toilet-bidet' as a nifty space-saving device. Without need of a plumber, it's supposedly simple to install and something an older adult (or obliging family member) could manage without too much fuss.
Merely replacing the current tatty old dunny seat with a fabulous whizz-bang electric one.
Easy peasy... botty-squeezy!
Especially for those suffering never-ending incontinence or constipation; or pesky mobility issues from frail, weakened bones and stiff arthritic joints, I reckon it would be hard not to appreciate the enormous potential health benefits an all-in-one bathroom Bidet seat might provide.
8 Reasons an Elderly Person needs an Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat (EBTS):
2. The EBTS means Seniors stay safe. Not having to go 'up down' twice from a toilet to a separate Bidet means less chance of a skate on slippery tiles.
(Not to mention a toasty warm bum in winter).
|"Geez, I wish I had a fancy new electronic Bidet toilet seat!"|