- NiQuitin Lozenges are easy to keep handy, discreet to use, and come in two flavours - original and mint
Contain nicotine. Always read the label.
The strength of lozenge you use depends on when you have your first cigarette of the day. If you tend to light up within 30 minutes of waking up, you’ll need NiQuitin 4mg Lozenges. If you start more than 30 minutes after waking, you’ll need NiQuitin 2mg Lozenges. Then:
For Step 1, you’ll probably need a lozenge every one to two hours, and at least 9 lozenges a day up to a maximum of 15.
After six weeks you’ll be ready to move on to Step 2, and need one lozenge every two to four hours.
Then after nine weeks, you should be down to one lozenge every four to eight hours.
Following the step-down programme in this way will let you gradually wean yourself off nicotine so you can quit for good.
All smokers are different, and so NiQuitin offers different ways to help you quit. They’re all easy to use, and available from your local pharmacy or supermarket. But first you need to work out if you’re ready to give up all your cigarettes at once or ease into quitting.
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