About Bathroom Bidet Toilet
The bidet is an 18th-century invention from the European country of France that was first used by the royalty and upper classes and has been integrated into countries all over the world. A bidet (pronounced bid-day) is a small low sink that is used for washing the genitalia after going to the bathroom. In Europe and Asia, where the bathroom bidet is much more common, it is also thought a great deal more sanitary than merely using toilet paper to wipe after using the toilet. There are a number of very complexly designed bidets that can feature warm water jets to clean off the genitalia, and warm air dryers to dry the area. Still it’s fairly common for the European bathroom to provide toilet paper too, since using the bidet can be a little time consuming.
The bathroom bidet can be a helpful fixture for people with certain conditions. Those with hemorrhoids can find a good washing up in a bidet very helpful to their condition. Some hospitals also have bidets in use to help with people with mobility conditions, and these are thought a much easier way to help clean a person off. Some also suggest using the bidet to wash other parts of the body.