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Join the quitters. (Image: Supplied)
Join the quitters. (Image: Supplied)

In South Africa, research showed that 90% of smokers that participated in the study had tried to quit within the last year1, but it is not easy! Quitting smoking is probably one of the hardest things you’ll ever do, but you’re not alone. With NICORETTE® ’s support you are more likely to join the Quitters2

Quitting smoking has many benefits. It’s good for your body, your lifestyle and your family and friends. 

  • After 24 hours, your chances of heart attacks and strokes decrease3
  • After 72 hours, you can breathe easier3
  • 5-7 days after your last cigarette, your smell and taste improves, your teeth are cleaner and your energy level is higher4.

NICORETTE® can help you take control of your cravings along with behavioural support, helping you to beat cravings, so you can cope better with your day-to-day routine while you quit. Available in gum and patches, NICORETTE® has a variety of product options to meet your needs. 

NICORETTE® gum starts to work from the first chew5 and is available in two different strengths, 2 mg and 4 mg, and a variety of flavours. 

NICORETTE® Transdermal patches are a discreet once a day solution which lasts up to 16 hours. Available in two strengths, they provide a steady dose of nicotine to help control your cravings. 

Start your journey to a new lifestyle, free of smoking today and Join the Quitters. 

References: 1. G Y Tadzimirwa, A Esmail, C Cooper, M Kamkuemah, K Dheda, R N van Zyi-Smit. SAMJ Research. Challenges for dedicated smoking cessation services in developing countries. 2019;   109  (6):  431-436. 2. Cahill et al. Pharmacological interventions for smoking cessation: an overview and network meta-analysis (Review) Updated 16 November 2012; cited 21 November 2019}.  3. Irish Heart Foundation. Smoking  and Stroke  [Internet]  Irish Heart Foundation, 2018. Available from the Irish Heart Foundation: http://irishheart.ie/your-heart/ways-to-live­ better/quit-smoking/  4. Sutherland G, editor. This is what you gain [Internet]. Netdoctor, 2012 [cited 2012 August  28]  Available  from  Netdoctor:  http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/healthy-living/ wellbeing/ a50 18/this-is-what-you-gain.  5. Data on file.

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Nicorette.

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