Health Benefits of Bidet

“James’ installed Bidet is wonderful!”

Another great reason to have your session at James’ location is the Bidet. You will welcome this total cleaning experience before and after your session. With heated water and a heated seat the experience is just refreshing and super healthy.

Bidet seat installed at James location

An essential item in many Asian and European restrooms, bidets and bidet seats are plumbing fixtures or toilet enhancements that allow you to wash your genitals, anus and inner buttocks with a stream of warm water after toileting. Their use allows people to drastically cut the amount of toilet paper used — or forgo its use altogether.

Here are five reasons bidet enthusiasts think more people should add them to their bathrooms:

  • Bidets are good for the environment. According to a major toilet paper brand, the average person uses 85 rolls of toilet paper per year. Using a bidet can replace or greatly decrease a person’s use of toilet paper, which is made from tree wood pulp, water, chemicals, fiber and bleach — allowing users to save valuable natural resources.
  • Bidets are more hygienic. Bidets allow for nearly hands-free cleaning of the genitals and anus after toileting or intimacy. Water is used to thoroughly clean skin surfaces and crevices rather than wiping (which can lead to the spread of fecal matter and bacteria).
  • Bidets are gentler on sensitive skin. Aggressive or frequent wiping can lead to skin irritation and small cuts. Additionally, toilet paper use on hemorrhoids can cause further irritation. Water cleans more thoroughly and gently.
  • Bidets are easy to use. Bidets allow older adults and people with mobility issues to easily and effectively clean themselves. This not only helps them improve their hygiene, it also helps them remain independent and maintain privacy when toileting.
  • Bidets are kinder to your wallet and your plumbing. Some reports say the average household flushes about 80,000 sheets of toilet paper per year. According to Forbes, the average cost of an installed bidet toilet seat or standalone bidet ranges from $100 to $2000.

The Bidet in use at James’ location is by BioBidet. For your convenience the link is here.

Lockdown, Libido and Intimacy

These are stressful times we’re living in!

Archive for Covid

And stress can really shut down libido. Maybe it’s your libido, maybe it’s your partners; or perhaps both.

Stressed woman looking away from partner who is not paying attention.

Further, pandemic stress isn’t any old type of stress. For many people, it’s financial stress, which is a type of survival stress and it can have a negative effect on your body’s ability or interest in touching. Survival stress sends the body into a state of fight or flight, so the only thing that matters is survival, not procreating; We become hormonally less interested in sex.

If you and your partner aren’t having sex but want to boost intimacy Sensual Touch can help. Intimacy has many forms.

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