Nicotine Gum

Nicotine gum is chewed to help people stop smoking cigarettes. Chewing the gum is a substitute oral activity and the gum provides a source of nicotine. The nicotine from the gum reduces the withdrawal symptoms experienced when cigarette smoking is stopped.

Nicorette Coated Gum may be the only alternative to smoking when on an airline flight or otherwise indoors. If you stop by to say hello to a friend you can stay longer with fresh breath with nicotine gum to chew on. One piece of gum can go a long way in an effort not to smoke.

Be prepared to fight the nicotine demon along the way if you quit with gum. You are still satisfying your dependency. You will still need to face your two days of nicotine withdrawals. You will have a few weeks to beat down the triggers and be moody. If you are still chewing gum after twelve weeks you should stop and rethink your plan to quit.

The best way for you as well maybe to just go cold turkey. Seriously. Be done with it.

Nicorette Coated Gum can help you remain committed to stopping the habit, resisting the physical dependency and the need to smoke a cigarette.