How to Poop Quieter: Tips and Tricks to Silence the Noises
We’ve all been there. You’re in a public place – maybe at work, or in a library, or even just out and about on the street – and you suddenly have to go. But the thought of having to do your business in front of other people is too mortifying, so you resist the urge and hold it in until you can find a more private spot. Unfortunately, that usually means going home, which can be difficult if you’re already far from where you live. Or worse yet, it means trying to find an open bathroom when all the stores are closed.
Going to the Bathroom in Peace and Quiet
But what if I told you that there were ways to poop quieter, so that you could do your business wherever and whenever you needed to? No more holding it in or rushing home!
I’m not sure about you, but I love going to the bathroom in peace and quiet. Unfortunately, my body has other plans. No matter how hard I try to keep it all contained, sometimes the noises coming out of me are just too loud. If you’re like me and want to learn how to poop quieter, read on for some tips and tricks!
Going to the toilet is a very intimate process and cannot be discussed with other people, even with friends, and advice on how to do it quietly is unlikely to be found in the library, so in our blog we offer some solutions to this delicate issue.
If You Are in a Public Restroom
If you are a 9-to-5 worker, then obviously you will have to do it not at home, in the public toilet. You can think through the whole process in advance and we will give you some useful hints.
-If you have to poop at work, try to use a single-person restroom if possible. If not, select a stall that is as far away from other people as possible.
-Try to time your bowel movements for when the bathroom is empty. This way, you won’t have to worry about anyone hearing you.
-If you use a public restroom, try to select a stall that is away from the door. This will help to muffle any sounds that you might make.
-Wearing headphones can also help to muffle any noises coming from your body.
-If you’re really in a bind, try placing a wad of toilet paper or a wet towel over the opening of the toilet bowl. This will help to muffle the noise and keep things relatively quiet.
-Try to make flushes like:
- falce screaming
- turning on a faucet.
These will all help to mask any sounds coming from your body.
I hope these tips and tricks help you to poop quietly! Remember, there’s no shame in doing what you need to do to take care of your body. So go forth and poop with confidence.
If You Are in a Private Bathroom
If you live with others, see if there is an unoccupied bathroom that you can use instead of the one shared by your housemate:
- close all doors and turn on all noisemakers in your house to help cover any sounds coming from the bathroom.
- Flush before you poop. Thi mask any noise that your body might make.
- Poop in the shower. The water will help to muffle any sounds.
- Use a Squatty Potty or other similar device to help you poop quietly.
- If all else fails, try to relax and let it out as quietly as possible.
Soundproof Your Bathroom
To make going to the toilet at home more comfortable, try adding soundproofing to your bathroom. Here’s what you can do without much effort and rework:
– Hang a heavy tapestry or shower curtain on the door to help muffle noise.
– Place a rug or towel on the floor to help absorb sound.
– Use an electric fan to help drown out any noises coming from your body.
Do It with Confidence
I hope these tips and tricks help you to poop quietly! Remember, there’s no shame in doing what you need to do to take care of your body. So go forth and poop with confidence. But, do not forget the main rule – no matter what happens, after visiting the toilet you poop less or more loudly, leave it with your head held high!