Stop Smoking Permanently

The Most Painless Way to Stop Smoking Permanently

There are many different forms of nicotine replacements. Nicotine gum, patches, inhalers, sprays, lozenges, and e-cigarettes are all different methods of replacing the nicotine found in cigarettes to help you quit smoking. Everyone has their preference and — again — what works for one person may not work for another. If this method sounds appealing, keep in mind that you may have to try more than one type of nicotine replacement before you find one that you like. 

Nicotine lozenges are tablets that are similar to cough drops. Users are instructed to place the tablet between the gum line and the cheek, then to slowly suck until the tablet is completely dissolved. Nicotine lozenges act more slowly than gum but are still short-term relief from withdrawal symptoms and cravings. 

There are several positive sides of using this method. First, nicotine lozenges can be attained without a prescription. This includes a type of lozenge called a “ micro-lozenge ” which are designed to work even more quickly than regular nicotine lozenges. As with some of the previously discussed methods, you can use lozenges discreetly and whenever is most convenient for you. 

To balance those out, there are several negative sides of using nicotine lozenges to quit smoking. To ease your cravings or withdrawals, you need to use this replacement method throughout the day. Hiccups commonly occur when using nicotine lozenges and can additionally cause heartburn, throat irritation, or an upset stomach.

Potential cautionary notes to mention include that you should avoid drinking or eating anything — with the exception of water — while using nicotine lozenges. These can interfere with the nicotine being absorbed into the bloodstream and thus decreasing the effectiveness of the tablet.

Published by Ernest I.

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