The unfortunate reality most smokers face is the eliminating cigarettes from their lives is extremely difficult. Smoking becomes second nature and is relied on by millions. Luckily there are many methods available to help avoid the harm of cigarettes. These are the 6 month success rates of the options smokers have to aid them to quit tobacco.
7. NICOTINE GUM
A small piece of gum is chewed for 1-2 minutes and then held against the inside of the cheek. Repeated throughout the day. Nicotine levels are gradually lowered.
6. NICOTINE PATCH
A patch is applied to the skin and is replaced once per day. Nicotine strength is lowered gradually.
5. NICOTINE LOZENGE
Very similar to nicotine gum. A lozenge is sucked on which releases nicotine into the bloodstream.
4. NICOTINE INHALER
Typically prescribed by doctors. Releases on aerosol nicotine solution which is inhaled.
3. PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION
Pills are prescribed by your doctor, typically Chantix or Bupropion. Prescription is taken for at least 12 weeks.
2. COLD TURKEY
Going “cold turkey” means giving up cigarettes without any assistance. Smokers simply stop smoking.
Flavored VG or PG based nicotine solution is vaporized and inhaled.