Nudity is a state of being in which a human is not wearing clothing or specifically is not covering the genitals. Worldwide, current social norms vary from banning nudity except in complete privacy to the acceptance of public nudity as a natural human state. Nakedness , or the loss of body fur, was one of the physical characteristics that marked the biological evolution of modern humans from their hominini ancestors. Adaptations related to hairlessness contributed to the increase in brain size, bipedalism , and the variation in human skin color. Although often used interchangeably, "naked" and "nude" are also used to distinguish between the various meanings of being unclothed.
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Rectal pain a common health condition people try their best to ignore and hope will go away. They will often endure an itch, a pain, or a sore for months and even years at a time out of pure embarrassment and avoid treatment that could otherwise make things better. It's the kind of hesitancy that puts you in harm's way.
While sitting on toilets have become quite common in Asian households these days, the squatting is still the preferred way of defecating in many homes and public toilets in the region. In a study conducted by Israeli researcher Dov Sikirov , it was shown that defecation is a lot easier squatting than when seated. The study involved 28 participants who were asked to sit on toilets of different heights 42cm and 32cm high including a plastic container where they were told to squat. They then recorded how long their bowel motions took and how difficult their efforts were for six consecutive bowel motions per posture. Findings showed that the average time for passing a bowel motion during squatting was 51 seconds, compared to the average times for the lower and higher toilet seats: and seconds respectively.