For some, sitting on the toilet can make defecation a longer and more painful process. Struggling to eliminate hard poop can cause swollen and inflamed veins — also known as hemorrhoids — in your anus and lower rectum. But the good news is, hemorrhoids can heal without coming back when the squat posture is adopted for bowel movements. It is even thought that sitting on toilets may be partly to blame for the higher rates of colon and pelvic diseases among prosperous Western countries, suggests a report in the Israel Journal of Medical Science.

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