Learn how to break quitting into manageable steps. You can reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke, while managing cravings and withdrawal symptoms with a NICORETTE® product.
Quit Before? This Time is Different
We understand that making the decision to quit can be difficult, because what’s ahead is most likely one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. It’s also one of the most amazing things you’ll do. We’re here to help you every step of the way.
We’ve brought together facts, tools, and inspiration to get you through and help you break free from smoking for good.
The Facts are on Your Side
We think the following facts are pretty amazing.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), like NICORETTE®, can almost double1 your chances of successfully quitting smoking versus willpower alone.
Research shows that you can maximize your quitting success by using two NRT aids at the same time compared to willpower alone.
What’s more – if you obtain expert support together with use of Nicorette, you’re 5x2 more likely to quit for good.
It’s Never Too Late
The health benefits of stopping smoking begin within the very first hour of quitting. You become healthier throughout the following days and weeks. By quitting, you regain lung capacity and decrease your chances of a heart attack or stroke, which means it’s never too late to stop smoking.
Habits Can Be Broken
We know that breaking a habit isn’t easy, but we also know it’s easier if you change your behaviour. Our tips give you ideas about how to start new habits. In particular, it’s essential for you to write down your smoke-free goals and to reward yourself along your quit journey.
What If You Have a Cigarette?
Relapses happen, so don’t be too hard on yourself. The most important thing is for you to know is how to deal with a relapse rather than letting it break your resolve.
Remember, You’re Doing Something Amazing
By quitting, you’re doing an amazing thing – for yourself and the people in your life. Once you quit, there are so many other things you can do.
1) Cahill K et al. Pharmacological interventions for smoking cessation: an overview and network meta-analysis (Review). The Cochrane Library 2013, issue 5.
2) Sutherland, G. Smoking: Can we really make a difference? Heart; May 2003; 89, ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source pg. II25
Learn how to stop smoking all at once, while using NICORETTE® to manage your cravings and withdrawal symptoms. By obtaining expert support and use of NICORETTE®, you’re 5x1 more likely to quit for good.