There is a trend in Japan since the s to replace squat toilets at schools and public places with sitting toilets. The repetitive use of a "type water jet on a high-pressure setting for an enema , can weaken the capability for self-evacuation of the Washlet user, which can lead to more serious constipation. Recently, researchers have added medical sensors into these toilets, which can measure the blood sugar based on the urine , and also measure the pulse, blood pressure, and the body fat content of the user. A squat toilet essentially looks like a miniature urinal set horizontally into the floor. Historically, toilets were located outside of the house, and shoes were worn for a trip to the toilet. Finally the outlet of the toilet for S-type toilets is max. Japan for Sustainability Newsletter
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