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Nicotinell lozenge mint 2mg 96 pack

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Nicotinell lozenge mint 2mg 96 pack

Nicotinell lozenge mint provides relief from the withdrawal symptoms during smoking cessation. It is suitable for use by smokers who are stopping abruptly and those wanting to cut down cigarette use before stopping. It allows you to actively control how much nicotine to use and when to use it. The gum contains active ingredient nicotine.

Nicotine is the addictive substance present in tobacco. Smokers who try to give up smoking often experience unpleasant withdrawal symptoms and cravings for cigarettes, because they are dependent on the nicotine in tobacco. Withdrawal symptoms can include irritability, headaches, restlessness, insomnia and difficulty concentrating. These, combined with cigarette cravings, are why it is difficult for some people to give up smoking.

The nicotine released from Nicotinell lozenge mint is absorbed into the bloodstream from the lining of your mouth and provides quick relief from cravings.

Nicotinell lozenge mint 2mg 96 pack

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Pip Code 2963866
RRP Price 17.99
Legal Classification <p>GSL</p>
Indications <p>Aid to smoking cessation for those with a strong nicotine dependence (over 30 cigarettes a day).</p>
Pack Size 96
Manufacturer Nicotinell

- Adults: Suck one lozenge slowly for 30 minutes when there is an urge to smoke.

- Ideally 8-12 lozenges a day, but a maximum of 15 daily.


You may experience:

- Sore mouth or throat

- Throat irritation

- Headache

- Dizziness

- Increased salivation

- Hiccups

- Jaw ache

- Nausea and vomiting

- Indigestion or heartburn

Store in a cool and dry place.

Use with caution in:

- Denture wearers, GI disease, unstable cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus and renal or hepatic impairment.

- Inflamed stomach lining (gastritis).

- Inflammation of the food pipe (oesophagitis).

- Inflammation of the mouth or throat.

- Overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism).

- Tumour of the adrenal gland (pheochromocytoma).

- Severely decreased kidney function.

- Moderate to severely decreased liver function.