Compared to squat toilets, toilet seats tend to be more comfortable to use. But when viewed in terms of health, defecating in squatting toilets is even more advisable. Squat toilets and sitting toilets are the two types of toilets that are commonly used. In fact, the type of toilet used not only affects the position of defecation of its users, but also the health and smoothness of our bowel movements, you know! Advantages and Disadvantages of Toilet Seats The toilet seat has a more modern and luxurious model and design. This type of toilet is also considered more comfortable to use for some people, such as the elderly, large pregnant women, or people with knee injuries. However, the price of a toilet seat does tend to be more expensive than a squat toilet. Defecating using a toilet seat is considered to be no healthier than a traditional toilet or squat toilet. Based on research, defecating using a toilet seat requires more time and more energy when compared to a squat toilet.
Swelling and redness in a child's eyelids can be caused by a variety of things, from harmless conditions to serious conditions that can cause blindness. Therefore, it is important for parents to detect swelling and redness in the child's eyelids. One eye disease in children with symptoms of swelling and red that is at risk of causing blindness is orbital cellulitis. Orbital cellulitis is an infection of the tissue in the eyeball. This disease most often occurs when a bacterial infection in the sinus cavity (sinusitis) spreads to the eye socket. In addition to infections in the sinus cavity, infections in other tissues, such as the skin of the eyelids, eyeballs, or upper respiratory tract, can also spread to the eyeball and cause orbital cellulitis. In addition to infection, injury or trauma around the face can also cause orbital cellulitis. Symptoms of Orbital Cellulitis Parents need to be vigilant if the child's eyes appear red and the eyelids are swollen, especially