It has always been an issue to decide upon the confusing fact whether it is good for men to pee by standing or by sitting. While the anatomic aspect visualizes men to pee by standing, from a health point of view, peeing by in a sitting position has always been supported.
Following are the causes which explain the benefits of peeing in a seated posture for men.
1. HIT THE TARGET 100% OF THE TIME
In public places and sometimes at home, men are encouraged to use the sitting position as to reduce the spattering of urine. This would also prevent the formation of puddles of urine which might give an offensive odour and definitely a very gross look.
2. FEWER GERMS SPREAD
3. IT CAN HELP WARD OF PROSTRATE PROBLEMS
In 2014 researchers at the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands found that sitting down to pee helped men suffering from Lower Urinary Tract disease symptoms to pee with greater force. Sitting creates “a more favourable urodynamic profile”, which helps ward off prostate problems.
3. MEN WHO SIT WHILST PEEING HAVE A LONGER HEALTHIER S*X LIFE
Ah! that got your attention didn’t it. Well apparently it’s true. Standing to pee, apparently activates a host of discreet muscles in the pelvis and spine which prevent proper urination, and without a full evacuation this can lead to prostrate problems, which leads to less and less s*x over time.
4. 49% OF MEN IN JAPAN PEE SITTING DOWN
The survey, which was conducted with 518 men as well as 518 women, shows that mothers and wives encourage the men in their families to sit down so as to avoid unnecessary spraying and urine cleanup. Since 1999, the number of Japanese men who sit to do number 1 has skyrocketed. Few companies also started designing toilets with larger holes years ago to accommodate male sitters. Also, in other nations too, this practice is hugely followed in the name of religion or tradition.
So, the above are the crisp anecdotes which would help you out in your decision making with this regard. Therefore, go with these and escalate your way of living. Keep us posted with your experiences