Why Your Bidet Can Help With ALS
Posted by American Biffy Company on March 07, 2016
ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a disease that cause the motor neurons in the brain to degenerate over time. This can mean weak muscles, completely losing control of muscles and ultimately atrophy. Simple things that come easy to most, can be very difficult for those who are suffering from ALS and they are often forced to ask for help completing tasks that may have been fairly easy for them to do. Things like, going to the restroom, for example. However, with the right kind of help, a patient with ALS can use the restroom on their own without the help of someone else.
The device we are referring to, is of course, an attachable bidet. This easy to use fixture allows someone who may not be able to clean themselves effectively with toilet paper, the ability to do so once they have used to restroom. The basic bidet attachment provides those who find it difficult to maneuver around their private areas with toilet paper, the ability to easily clean themselves. American Biffy bidets work especially well because unlike our competitors, our bidets do not require the user to push a bunch of buttons in order to get it to operate.
If you or someone you know is suffering from ALS and you think that an American Biffy bidet would make the day to day easier, order one today. You truly cannot understand how much easier our bidets are to use that regular toilet paper until you give one a try!