Using the toilet facility is a private moment. It is a time to focus on emptying our bowels in the most systematic and intentional manner. We sometimes utilise the toilet period to catch up on the news, social media or our favourite Netflix series. The frequency of our toilet usage could also be largely influenced by our diet, high fibre and low liquid consumption could likely lead to harder faeces and less frequent toilet visit. On the other hand, some people have a higher tendency to cost the toilet more times after consuming soup, ripe banana, juice, cakes, chilli and fibre supplement. In general, our body reacts differently to a variety of food and drink substances. Nonetheless, using the toilet is a necessity if we have to live.
The average time we spend on these toilet facilities may also be influenced by our habits. We could either visit these units to complete our business in no time. Or, we could utilise our toilet time to reply to work emails or watch a recent YouTube sensation.
Time spent in a toilet during our lifetime
Research suggests that we spend about three months of our lives in a toilet. These figures could vary slightly as a result of certain factors
Factors that influence the time spent in a toilet during our lifetime
A toilet is an inevitable place where we need to answer the call of nature. The total toilet usage time we spend in our lifetime is largely influenced by the above factors and more. Is your total toilet usage time on the high or low range of the three months revealed by the research?
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