When nature calls, your first instinct is to get to the bathroom and relieve yourself.
If you're peeing in a public toilet, you're most likely to hover over the seat to avoid your skin touching any germs. If you're at home, you plop your bum on the toilet seat and release.
If you're too lazy to cover the seat with toilet paper or seat liners, it may not be the healthiest thing to do for your bladder.
In fact, toilet paper works as a sponge for bacteria and will put you in direct contact with germs.
According to scientific research, whether you're sitting on or hovering over the toilet, you're peeing wrong, and here's why.