Very few people will actually admit to peeing in the shower, but in reality a lot of people do it. Peeing in the shower actually boasts a lot of benefits. According to Mic. And fascia specialist Lauren Roxburgh recommends women squat and pee in the shower to engage pelvic floor muscles , which can actually lead to better sex.
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And we do a lot of other surprising things in the shower too, according to a new survey. Peeing in the shower just may be America's best kept secret-nobody talks about it, but apparently almost all of us are doing it, according to a recent survey by Angie's List on shower habits. Is it the irresistible pull of the rushing water? Is it the refreshing feeling? Is it just efficient multi-tasking? All of the above? Who knows!
In the shower, that is. So is it really a good idea? Post continues after gallery.
Admit to peeing in the shower, and you may get some dirty looks—but really you should be getting a gold star for helping to save the planet. Mic makes a compelling case for relieving oneself in the shower that goes beyond morning laziness. According to the Environmental Protection Agency , flushing toilets accounts for 27 percent of America's water usage.