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Ready to quit?

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Your reason for quitting smoking may be a combination of concerns about health, the effect of smoking on your appearance, or pressure from friends and family to quit smoking.  Whatever your reasons are, they are all good ones.

Write down your most important reasons and carry them with you.  In difficult moments when you want to smoke, they will remind you why you decided to quit smoking.  If you’ve tried to quit before and haven’t succeeded, don’t be discouraged! Quitting isn’t easy. It takes time, and most people try a few times before they are successful. The important thing is to try again until you succeed.

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Determine the correct strength for you.

If you smoke your first cigarette within 30 minutes of waking up, use Nicotac 4mg gum. If you smoke your first cigarette more than 30 minutes after waking up, use Nicotac 2mg gum. It is important that you read the entire User’s Guide included in the box carefully.

Choose a quit date

Choose a quit date and begin using Nicotac gum on your quit day according to the dosage schedule listed in the User’s Guide. Using this schedule will help to reduce craving and withdrawal symptoms.

  • Weeks 1 to 6
    Use one piece of nicotine gum every hour or two
  • Weeks 7 to 9
    Begin gradually reducing your nicotine gum usage to one piece every two to four hours
  • Weeks 10 to 12
    Further reduce your nicotine gum usage to one piece every four to eight hours