If you’re looking to quit smoking there are many different options available to help reduce withdrawal symptoms and beat the craving to light up. At Savers, there are a variety of products geared around smoking cessation, from nicotine patches to chewing gum, lozenges to inhalators. Read more
Research has shown that these above methods have proven effective if you’re looking to stop smoking. Which one you decide to use depends on your age, and your lifestyle. If you have any medical conditions or are pregnant or breastfeeding, speak to your GP for further advice.
A lot of people find they can’t quit smoking, as they are addicted to the nicotine. This is why NRT (nicotine replacement therapy) is a good method, which provides you with a low level of nicotine to curb the withdrawal symptoms, without any of the toxic chemicals you get from cigarettes, such as tar and carbon monoxide. At Savers, NRT can be found in the form of Nicorette patches, which are worn all day and release nicotine slowly into the bloodstream through the skin. Some are invisible and they can be worn discreetly on the arm so you can go about your day. Other methods include nicotine gum and lozenges for when the cravings are particularly bad. And have you heard of nicotine spray? This works like regular mouth spray and aims to curb cravings in 30 seconds.
If you’ve only just quit smoking and are craving the feeling of holding a cigarette and going for smoke breaks, then e-cigarettes and vaping can be a good option. These are electronic devices that you hold and inhale in the name way as regular cigarettes, which deliver nicotine in a vapour form and again are less toxic, with zero tar or carbon monoxide. You can even get vaping liquids in a number of flavours to suit a variety of taste buds!
Trying to quit smoking shouldn’t be an uphill struggle. You have several options available to you, from nicotine patches to e-cigarettes right here at Savers.
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