Nicorette Gum

Nicorette Gum is a therapeutic nicotine chewing gum used by smokers to gradually reduce their dependence on nicotine from cigarettes. When a person stops smoking, they will usually experience a withdrawal from and cravings for nicotine, which can be lessened substantially by chewing Nicorette Gum. The gum provides nicotine without the other damaging elements of cigarettes, such as tar and cancer-causing agents.


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Using Nicorette

Nicotine is an addictive substance, and the use of Nicorette is intended as a substitute for smoking. This allows the person to receive the satisfaction of the nicotine itself, without the harmful effects of cigarette tar and carbon monoxide. Most people start chewing nicotine gum regularly for a period of up to eight weeks, then gradually reduce their use until they are able to stop altogether. Thus Nicorette is used today as a method for quitting the tobacco habit. Nicotine amounts in chewing gum are lower than those found in cigarettes, and so the body becomes accustomed to the reduced amount until the need for this addictive substance disappears entirely.

When To Take Nicorette

People should wait at least 15 minutes after eating or drinking to chew nicotine gum. This is because many foods are slightly acidic, and will somewhat inhibit nicotine absorption into the body.

Different Dosage Amounts

t nicotine chewing gums products are available in either 2mg or 4mg dosage amounts. A doctor or other health professional can answer questions regarding the dosage that is correct for an individual; this generally is determined by the amount of cigarettes the person smokes.

Effects And Warnings

Nicorette should not be used without consulting a physician. Certain other medications can interact with nicotine products, including acetaminophen, asthma relief products, and beta-blockers. Always let a doctor know if there are allergies being treated. Pregnant women or women planning a pregnancy should not use Nicorette except on the advice of a physician. Nicotine chewing gums should be kept out of reach of children and pets. Alcohol should only be consumed in moderation while using Nicorette.

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