What is Nicotine Replacement Therapy? Is it effective for smoking cessation?
“Nicorette” is a smoking cessation product that contains nicotine and is used to relieve drug withdrawal symptoms and help smokers quit smoking.
Nicorette is a common aid in the quitting process as it can alleviate negative feelings associated with drug withdrawal syndrome, including anxiety, irritability, and insomnia, and reduce the strong cravings for smoking that occur after quitting.
Nicorette comes in two forms, lozenges and patches, as well as other products such as gum, tablets, oral sprays, inhalers, sublingual tablets, and nasal sprays, all of which have the same purpose.
Lozenges are placed in the mouth to allow nicotine to be absorbed through the oral mucosa, while patches are applied to the skin to allow nicotine to be absorbed into the bloodstream.
The main purpose of using Nicorette is to gradually reduce nicotine dependence and make quitting smoking easier.
According to research reports on the effectiveness of Nicorette for smoking cessation, it increases the chance of successful quitting and causes fewer withdrawal symptoms.
However, using Nicorette may also have side effects, such as dizziness, nausea, and skin sensitivity.
Quitting smoking also requires personal willpower and a smoking cessation plan, and the success of quitting may vary from person to person.
Therefore, if you want to use Nicorette to quit smoking, it is recommended to consult a doctor and follow the correct usage instructions to ensure safety and effectiveness.