A new study shows that silky-soft silica breathable cotton-based breathables can relax the throat and neck while providing comfort.
The breathable material is said to help improve the quality of your sleep by providing a barrier to the flow of air.
The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Waikato, the University at Albany, and the University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, looked at a large sample of 8,723 people aged between 40 and 78 years old.
The researchers found that the breathable breathables were able to relax people’s throats and necks, especially during exercise, and were more comfortable than regular cotton breathables.
However, there were some limitations to the study.
The participants were asked to wear the breathables for 10 minutes at a time and to report their sleep quality.
The survey also asked about their sleep history, including whether they had sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnaemia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The results revealed that while participants were more likely to report improvement in sleep quality, there was a significant decrease in the amount of time they slept.
The main cause of the improvement was decreased anxiety and depression.
This suggests that the soft breathables might be helpful in reducing stress.
Silicone breathable Silica breathables are made from silica which is a natural substance found in the oceans and deep oceans.
It is very soft, and can be used for many uses, including as a sealant and as a softener for clothing.
It can also be used to make clothing, bedding and other items.
The research team also found that there was no significant difference in the levels of cortisol, a hormone associated with sleep, in the silica and cotton breathable samples.
However there was an increase in cortisol levels in the cotton breathably breathables compared to the silicica.
The silica was more effective than the silics in helping to control blood pressure.
Another study from the same team also reported similar results.
It found that silicones did not have a significant effect on sleep, but they did reduce blood pressure in some people.
The scientists hope that the findings from the study will lead to a more widely accepted breathable and silica based breathable, so that people can wear them more often.
The team from the Department of Physical Therapy at the University, said the breathability was likely to have an impact on the health of people, as it can be worn for more than 10 minutes.
“Silicones can be applied on a daily basis, for example on a cotton shirt or on a pair of pants,” said lead researcher Dr. Sarah McConville.
“We also hope that this study will encourage people to wear silicons for less than 10 seconds, and then reapply them on a regular basis.”
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.