Nicotine Spray

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Nicotine Spray: A very effective replacement

The nicotine in the spray is intended to directly replace the nicotine that the smoker ingests with the cigarette. Accordingly, no carcinogenic substances that are normally found in tobacco, are contained in the spray.

The nicotine level in the smoker’s blood is maintained at the usual level. This makes the transition from smoker to non-smoker much easier. The nicotine withdrawal is also significantly reduced.

Advantages of Nicotine Spray:

  • Applicable anytime and anywhere
  • Suitable for smokers with low to moderate nicotine addiction
  • There are sprays with different strengths and taste
  • It’s very easy to use

Many customers have had positive experiences with Nicorette Spray when they want to quit smoking. The spray often helps to actually get rid of the cigarettes. It’s easy to use. However, customers feel that they need to get used to using the spray. The light peppermint taste of the spray has been praised by many customers. Customers are very satisfied with the recommended dosage. In addition, withdrawal symptoms such as nervousness are relieved by the spray.

Even customers who have been smoking for a very long time, 25 – 38 years of age, manage to quit smoking within a certain period of time. After the nicotine spray experience, they say that the addictive pressure is noticeably reduced.

Without will, spray only helps to a limited extent

But customers also think that you really have to have the will to quit smoking. Otherwise the spray doesn’t really help either. So many customers are happy to recommend the nicotine spray to others.

It is entirely possible to combine individual nicotine replacement products with one another. The Nicorette spray can be combined very well with the TX patches from the same manufacturer.

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Dealing with Stress

Learn to dealing with Stress without nicotine.

How to dealing with Stress while You quit smoking

How to dealing with Stress while You quit smoking? Everyone does stress management in their own way and everyone is triggered by different things. When you quit smoking, you can easily get irritated and then you may be bothered by things that you otherwise don’t care about. I can recommend everyone to make a strategy.

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Quit Smoking Plan

Planning quit smoking

Create your personalized Quit smoking Plan

Everyone who wants to quit smoking should make a quit smoking plan. No checklist to work through. But to be clear about it.

  • what are my reasons?
  • which day is the quit day?
  • what strategy?
  • which tools?
  • what stress management?
  • who do I share?

I and many other former smokers agree that preparation is very important. A stress-free situation can be helpful here. When you are on rehab, on vacation or when the children are with their grandparents.

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My Stop Smoking Guide

Stop smoking Guide

Stop Smoking Guide: Quitting smoking is not easy, but preparation can help

A stop smoking Guide can be a good guide on your way to quitting smoking. Do you want to quit smoking but are wondering how to do it? Or have you already had a failed attempt and are doubtful that you will ever get rid of the cigarette? With these step-by-step instructions you can optimally prepare yourself to quit smoking, so that your quitting is a complete success. With these 10 tips you can become smoke-free and stay that way for a long time.

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Smokette Tablets

Smokette – Quit smoking without nicotine substitutes

Smokette is a dietary supplement in the form of capsules. It is designed to help smokers quit smoking by significantly alleviating physical withdrawal symptoms.

Quitting nicotine is not easy for many smokers. It’s not just about physical, but also about psychological addiction. The problem with many smokers is often that they cannot deal with both types of addiction at the same time. The habit often gets in the way and without quitting smoking aids, relapse quickly due to the physical symptoms.

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break free from tobacco chains.

Tobacco: a hard habit to break

Smoking tobacco is a habit. Smokers know smoking is unhealthy. But putting off quitting may seem easier than putting up with the pain of withdrawal and the fear of saying goodbye to a longtime love-hate relationship with cigarettes. Nicotine addiction coupled with smoking’s psychological hold and ritualistic associations make quitting a scary, unwelcome proposition. Even if you want to quit, you may find yourself short on motivation.

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American Cancer Society

Quitting smoking

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Everything you need to know for your success

Those who decide for themselves to want quitting smoking have logically looked into the reasons for and against smoking beforehand. The case is actually clear and the arguments very convincing: Smoking makes you sick and has many disadvantages. But why is it so difficult to quit smoking when the matter is actually crystal clear? Quite simply: an addiction is not rational! But I’ll get to that in a moment.

Quitting Smoking: The Cigarette – Know Your Enemy!

In order to quit smoking, one should understand the ingredients of a cigarette, how nicotine works and the resulting addiction. Nicotine addiction is both physical and mental.

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Smoking cessation

biggest part of smoking cessation is will

This is how it finally works!

I can only recommend it smoking cessation to every nicotine addict. If current studies are to be believed, the tendency for people to use cigarettes will drop from currently 18 million to 16 million people in Germany by 2025. And that’s just as well. After all, we all know the negative effects of smoking and nobody wants bad teeth, yellow fingers or the worse effects of smoking.

But in order to be able to quit smoking, one should first deal with the basics of smoking cessation. And that’s exactly what I want to do in the following text.

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