If you’ve had enough of cigarettes controlling your life, then it’s time to give up smoking for good. But quitting isn’t as easy as some might think. The cravings can absolutely drive you to distraction.
That’s why it’s a smart idea to slowly wean yourself off by using Nicaway. Containing a controlled dose of nicotine, that can help your cravings, so you can stay focussed, calm and quit.
Nicaway is easy to use and it won't break the bank.
When you’re a smoker, and trying to quit, the need to ‘light up’ all the time can be really inconvenient, especially when
you’re out with friends, working, or travelling. That’s where Nicaway becomes your secret weapon. Simply take one
minty lozenge or gum whenever the cravings hit and get on with your day.
Not only will you have fresh breath (unlike after smoking), but they're also highly convenient too. Lozenges are great for when you need to be discreet (eg. at work), and Gum is handy for times when it’s ok to chew. Making either Nicaway Lozenge or Gum great in the middle of a movie or even on a flight.
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Here’s how with Nicaway Lozenges:
Nicaway Lozenge 2mg – regular strength is suitable for smokers who have their first cigarette of the day more than 30 minutes after waking up.
Nicaway Lozenge 4mg – extra strength is suitable for smokers who have their first cigarette of the day within 30 minutes after waking up.
Start by taking 1 lozenge every 1 – 2 hours (depending on your cravings or how often you normally smoke). This can help you get through the first 1 – 6 weeks, which usually are the toughest.
Reduce your dosage to one lozenge every 2 – 4 hours, starting in week 7. This means you’re finally weaning yourself off nicotine (hooray). Your sense of taste should be back, and your energy levels are likely to be much better too. Follow this step for 3 weeks.
Finally, drop back to one lozenge every 4 – 8 hours for the next 3 weeks (but only if cravings hit). Soon, it’ll be much easier to just go without them all together, meaning you’ve now quit smoking. Well done.
1. Suck one lozenge (do not chew or swallow whole)
2. Rest between cheek and gum
3. Repeat (timing depends on what step you are at)
Available in 2mg and 4mg (72 pieces)
Here’s how with Nicaway Gum:
If you're a heavy smoker (20+ a day): chew a piece of 4mg Gum when you feel the urge to smoke, up to maximum 10 pieces a day.
If you're a lighter smoker (less than 20 a day): go with the 2mg Gum when you feel the urge to smoke, up to maximum 20 pieces a day.
After 3 months, start cutting down on the amount of Gum you chew each day. This means your dependency on nicotine has dropped and you're now closer to finally quitting.
After around 6 months from starting Nicaway Gum, you should be down to 1-2 pieces a day and should be able to stop completely.
1. Chew slowly until the taste becomes strong
2. 'Park' the gum between your gum and cheek to absorb the nicotine
3. When the taste had faded, repeat the process for up to 30 minutes (do not swallow Gum)
Available in 2mg and 4mg (72 pieces)
Quitting successfully is a process that takes a lot of time and patience, but your health, your family, and your
bank balance will be glad you did it.
Beat the cravings Cravings can be brief and intense, so by taking Nicaway when cravings hit, or distracting yourself with a conversation, a run or a cup of tea, you could avoid succumbing to temptation again.
Start doing things differently If you normally smoke first thing in the morning and then have a shower, walk straight into the shower instead. Same goes with ‘routine’ smoking throughout the day – replace each smoke break with different things so you don’t fall back into the same cycle again.
Exercise & sleep moreExercising might seem a little tough at first but it’s a great way to help your body get rid of the tar and toxins in your system. Plus you’ll feel great too. Sleeping more can also help you fight the tiredness that sometimes comes with nicotine withdrawal. But it’s also a wonderful way to help your body to heal itself. So indulge yourself in more rest.
Reward yourself for doing wellSmoking appeals to the reward centre in our brains, so it makes sense to reward yourself when you don’t smoke. Buy yourself a coffee, treat yourself to a massage for a ‘zero cigarettes week’, or simply enjoy a movie with the money you’ll be saving on every pack of cigarettes.
Soon enough, smoking will be a thing of the past – leaving you with extra money, better health and a more enjoyable experience of life.
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