Nicorette QuickMist Cool Berry 1mg/spray Mouthspray (A)

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Nicorette QuickMist Cool Berry 1mg/spray Mouthspray

Starts to relieve cravings in just 30 seconds to help you quit smoking for good, Acts fast on nicotine cravings to help smokers quit, Suitable for all smokers regardless of the number of cigarettes they smoke, To help you quit smoking for good. 

Category: Smoking Cessation

Manufacturer: JOHNSON & JOHNSON (McNEIL)

Relieves and/or prevents craving and nicotine withdrawal symptoms associated with tobacco dependence. It is indicated to aid smokers wishing to quit or reduce prior to quitting, to assist smokers who are unwilling or unable to smoke, and as a safer alternative to smoking for smokers and those around them. It is indicated in pregnant and lactating women making a quit attempt.

Nicotine 1mg

Over 12 years of age: the patient should make every effort to stop smoking completely during treatment with Nicorette QuickMist. One or two sprays to be used when cigarettes normally would have been smoked or if cravings emerge. If after the first spray cravings are not controlled within a few minutes, a second spray should be used. If 2 sprays are required, future doses may be delivered as 2 consecutive sprays. Most smokers will require 1-2 sprays every 30 minutes to one hour. Up to 4 sprays per hour may be used; not exceeding 2 sprays per dosing episode and 64 sprays in any 24-hour period. The spray should be used whenever the urge to smoke is felt or to prevent cravings in situations where these are likely to occur. Smokers willing or able to stop smoking immediately should initially replace all their cigarettes with Nicorette QuickMist and as soon as they are able, reduce the number of sprays used until they have stopped completely. Smokers aiming to reduce cigarettes should use the mouthspray, as needed, between smoking episodes to prolong smoke-free intervals and with the intention to reduce smoking as much as possible. As soon as they are ready, smokers should aim to quit smoking completely. When making a quit attempt behavioural therapy, advice and support will normally improve the success rate. Those who have quit smoking, but are having difficulty discontinuing the mouthspray should seek advice from a pharmacist or doctor. Under 12 years: not to be used.