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How to Poop - Waste Removal Retraining

Updated on May 26, 2020
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Health ideas that do no harm, wisdom learned from 35 years without health insurance and 10 years lost to bad medicine - scientific study

May 29, 2011 all rights reserved. Updated May 2020

Do Not Rush - Take as much time evacuating as you did eating

The optimum position for evacuation of poo
The optimum position for evacuation of poo | Source

How to Poop - Potty Re-Training Tools for All Ages

How to poop, and potty training for all ages is not a topic discussed much after the last "pull-ups" become panties, undies, or boxers.

As a child learning the How To potty my prevalent memory is the fear of falling into the cold giant ceramic mouth.

The rules we learned best were: Hurry, Hurry, Rush.

Our North American society has morphed into doing everything faster as the goal. Shoveling food in, and getting poo out quickly.

Hurry! Do not stink! Do not take too much time.

In 2020, it is easy to observe North American adults walking around with pounds of feces in their damaged, seeping intestinal tracts. This is because of training by many parents, employers, ministers, and siblings.

Rushing nature and attempts to make pooping a sit-up posture of sterility.

If we eat a Quarter Pounder™, fries, and a shake, but only excavate a spindly turd that may weigh an eighth of a pound of feces, means the rest is hanging up in our digestive tract, kidneys, and colon.

Results of my Potty Retraining

In 2010, I figured out how to poop more effectively. Ten years of practicing what I learned by understanding and listening to my body have resulted in many healthy benefits:

  • Weight loss
  • Reduced stomach
  • Healthy Stools
  • Frequent bowel movements
  • General Better Health
  • I make wiser food choices

Perception, Position and Point of View

When a human being rushes to go to the bathroom for a BM we often experience stools that are thin and puny, with leftover waste lingering behind.

Healthy stools are full, not too hard, not too soft, and healthy browns.

When perched upon a commode seat, sitting stiffly, and being in a rush adds to stress, ignoring what our body is saying, making it impossible to get good free movement of healthy stools.

Sitting up straight while trying to go poop, causes us to take shallow breaths, or holding our breath.

When a pooper sits, staring straight ahead with one hand on the t.p. roll, they are already somewhere else, not attending to the important healthy movements needed for a healthy stool evacuation, and conclusively better health

Unhealthy pooping practices stop up the human waste evacuation system, for years, decades, or an entire lifetime.

There is medical proof that individuals who suffer secondary health problems can associate difficulties with poor waste evacuation, leaking, and impacted intestines.

People can stay ill their entire lives because they have toxins hanging around their stomachs, kidneys, and prostate/colon.

How To Poster - With Tips for Better Evacuation

A small poster, available under community commons
A small poster, available under community commons | Source

Tips and Tools for the Ultimate Poo Position

Upright = Uptight

  • In a hurry to get the job done
  • Upright = uptight
  • Straining for evacuation
  • Small amount of stools vs amount of food ingested

Natural Evacuation

  • First, sit and stretch as tall as possible, stretch forward slowly
  • Stomach over closed thighs - feel lower back relax
  • Breathe deep, breathe into your diaphragm. Keep breathing Deep
  • When the evacuation (poo) starts, relax. Breathe. Do not rush
  • Relax!
  • Smash belly against top of thighs
  • Legs together, buns apart
  • Knees should be higher than buttocks

The Poo in You - Constipation and Encopresis Educational Video

For Older Individuals

The difference a clean digestive system makes on feeling well, is enormous. Many jobs over the decades have required laborers, middle level managers, and others to become ever more productive, sacrificing personal needs.

There are laws and regulations in place, keeping employers from demanding an employee risk their health and well being, for the job.

There remains an unwritten code, in offices, on construction sites, and in retail stores, the worker will, only leave for lunch long enough to nuke a lunch, or wolf a sandwich down quickly.

Many workers, do not take time to eat, or enjoy their midday meals, and they will certainly not take the hour they need to digest a meal.

If a person has eaten dinner the night before, breakfast and lunch, they really need to take a healthy and cleansing poop. This will not happen.

People who find themselves having to poop at work, and evacuate well, are made fun of and harassed. If they do not go fast enough.

People who are good water drinkers, have need to urinate to cleanse their kidney and bladder systems. Many jobs do not allow an employee to "go" whenever they want to.

Your Evacuation Dump Site Needs to be Accessible

Bars placed for use by the handicapped and elderly can help a person who is needing to be more comfortable in pooping
Bars placed for use by the handicapped and elderly can help a person who is needing to be more comfortable in pooping | Source

Potty Re-Training is a Little Difficult at First

To get your poo flowing once more, and slowly release any excess foods and, or toxins, remember how long it took to get in the condition the intestines and colon are in.

At the beginning, it may seem impossible to bend at the waist for the optimum position, but in weeks, you may see a noticeable difference. At least at the beginning, will require time, relaxation, and focused breathing. Time. This will take time.

There is a follow up Hub for those who have questions after starting to use these tips.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2011 Lori J Latimer


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