We spend about 8 months of our life on the loo. The average Brit uses the toilet around 8 times a day. And if you drink a lot of water, or suffer from fluid retention, that figure will bob up and down during the week. Continue reading What Is a Portable Commode Chair and What Are the Benefits?
Are you dealing with a chronic disability and spending a lot of time in a wheelchair? It’s tough. Continue reading The Best Wheelchair Accessories to Make Your Chair More Comfortable
Some people swear by their bidets at home. Whether you use one for medical reasons or as a personal preference, bidets provide more cleanliness “down under” than toilet paper alone. Continue reading What is a Portable Bidet & Which Bidets Are Best for Travelling?
Falling and not being able to get up isn’t just a phrase in a commercial. It happens. If you or a loved one is losing motor skills, you may worry about falling becoming a terrible reality. Continue reading 5 Accessories That Can Make Daily Life Easier for Seniors
More than half of elderly people say that they struggle with incontinence. Continue reading Top 3 Reasons to Invest in a Bedpan for Your Home
What if you could completely change how you go to the bathroom? Continue reading Step-By-Step Guide on How to Use a Bidet
If you’re in your senior years, mobility problems are a common occurrence. Continue reading 5 Mobility Stretches For Seniors
What if adding one thing to your shower could make it safer and more functional? Continue reading 5 Reasons to Consider Using a Shower Stool
Using the toilet is a troublesome experience you’d least likely expect. Yet, 13.3 million in the U.K. have difficulty functioning physically. A raised toilet seat is a potential solution for these millions of individuals. Continue reading The Benefits of Using a Raised Toilet Seat
What is the best way to be kind to the Earth when answering the call of Nature?
Of course your toilet habits don’t generally make the best topic of conversations, however, the way in which we dispose of our waste is a serious concern for the environment and one that everyone should be considering when we think how best to protect the planet we live on.
According to research 27,000 trees are cut down daily across the planet solely to make into toilet paper. In the process of making the toilet paper over 4 million litres of water and 450 tons of chlorine for bleaching are used each and every day.