Exofficio Women’s Give-N-Go Full-Cut Briefs 

Exofficio Women's Give-N-Go Full-Cut Briefs 

Exofficio Women’s Give-N-Go Full-Cut Briefs  Designed for the challenges of adventure travel or everyday high-energy action, Give-N-Go Full-Cut Briefs from ExOfficio are quick drying, moisture wicking, and odor resistant. Easy care, so you can pack fewer pairs. Nylon and stretch Lycra spandex fabric for a smooth, comfortable fit. Diamond-weave mesh allows airflow, keeping you cool. Breathable, moisture-wicking fabric keeps you dry and comfortable. Quick drying so you can wash them on the go and pack fewer pairs. Antimicrobial treatment reduces odor in fabric for all-day freshness. Comfortable, durable Give-N-Go fabric wont stretch out. Low-profile 5/8 in. elastic waistband. Tag-free label prevents irritation. Lightweight and extremely packable. Machine wash cold, no bleach; tumble dry low or line dry in shade.

  • Exofficio Women’s Give-N-Go Full-Cut Briefs 

One of the main advantages outdoors activities offer is being able to soak up in sunlight. Sunlight offers you the necessary Vitamin D needed to maintain bones and teeth health, support your brain and nervous system, your immune system, regulate insulin levels, among other benefits. In some cases doctor have even prescribe sunlight as a source of Vitamin D, take advantage of the warm weather and performed your favorite outdoor activities.

Another advantage outdoor activities offer is that being outside enables you to socialize and interact with other adults, children, your caregiver and/or your lovable pet(s). If you feel fatigue, performing outdoors activities will rejuvenate and uplift your spirit.

In the case of caregivers, outdoor activities shouldn’t be seen as an obstacle; but as an opportunity that they can take advantage of. It’s true that some locations have limited access either for wheelchairs or bathrooms; but after overcoming this obstacle both the elderly and their caregiver can have a magnificent time, share stories and create memorable memories. Thanks to the caregiver efforts, the risk of having mobility problems can be reduced and through a few exercises suggested by their physician they can build muscles.