I heard that the smart toilet was first used by Japanese sumo wrestlers. Sumo is very fat and cannot be solved by itself. The smart toilet can be massaged to promote blood circulation. Smart toilets are used in airports in Japan and South Korea, and many residents also use smart toilets in their homes. It is relatively rare in China, mainly for medical use, and it is easier for people with limited mobility. So is the smart toilet suitable for the elderly? Let’s take a look today:
1. Safe and reliable
The smart toilets of big brands have undergone a number of scientific tests and adopt multiple safety protections, so there will be no leakage, electric shock, etc. Many people do not buy smart toilets for the elderly because they are worried about potential safety hazards. Judging from the current situation, smart toilets are safe and reliable. In comparison, electric water heaters for bathing are much more dangerous than smart toilets.
2. Convenient operation
The smart toilet is an electrical product after all, so I am worried that it will be difficult for the elderly to use it. At present, with the changes in market demand, many miscellaneous functions have been cancelled. Generally, three functions are provided: warm water washing, warm air drying, and seat heating. These functions can be realized by one-key operation, which is very simple and convenient.
3, comfort level
The weather in winter calls people, and the elderly are prone to various physical discomforts. If the smart toilet can provide a warm cushion, then going to the toilet becomes a pleasure. In addition, the flushing function solves the trouble of bending and wiping, reduces the number and frequency of bending of the elderly, and avoids waist diseases.
The smart toilet is very suitable for the elderly, which is more convenient. Can better play the role of massage and laxative.