I will review the information for each product, and let you know if I think it helps you quit or not.
If you have a question about a product, click on the product name to go to its website for more information. If you find that the information is helpful, please feel free to contact me with a message. I look forward to helping you with your quit smoking goals!
NOTE: The information below is provided as a courtesy and is not a substitute for advice from your physician.
Smoking cessation products are available from a variety of vendors, but I recommend that you choose one that has a history of helping smokers quit. That way, you will know exactly what is involved, and you'll be more likely to stick to it. Products are also often sold in a wide variety of forms, and so the type of product may be different for every smoker. There are several ways to quit smoking, so you may have some success by doing some of the following:
1. Use nicotine replacement therapy.
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is a common strategy among smokers who are trying to quit. Nicotine replacement therapy is most commonly used by smokers who have been smoking for at least two years, but it can be used by anyone who wants to stop.