When it comes to toilet hygiene, most elderly, disabled and overweight people face difficulties in using the conventional methods of cleansing because of their inability to move freely. In such situations, toilet bidets provide a more hygienic alternate to toilet paper as they are not only easy to use but also do not require much movement. People, who have never used a bidet for cleansing themselves, might fail to understand the convenience and better cleaning experience it provides.
Aged people often find it difficult to bend and reach their backsides for cleaning themselves after a big job. For them a bidet is extremely useful as it enables them to clean their butt by touch of a button. They no longer need to bend or bear the pain caused by trying to reach their back in order to clean it. All they need to do is sit and wait as the spray of water cleans their butt. It also reduces the chances of their getting hurt while using the restroom as they do not need to move around a lot or adjust their postures.
A bidet is also the perfect choice for the physically disabled people, especially those who can not move their hands and arms freely. Such people generally require the assistance of a friend or caretaker to wipe them clean every time they go to the bathroom. This not only makes them lose their self confidence also batters their dignity. Using a bidet enables such people to clean themselves without any help and this not only reduces their sense of helplessness but also boosts their confidence.