Nicorette Gum - Fact Sheet & User Reviews

What is Nicorette Gum?
It is like regular chewing gum but is similar to the nicotine patch in that it slowly releases nicotine into the body. By gradually decreasing the dosage over time you can overcome the physical addiction to cigarettes.

Nicorette gum is sugar-free and is available in different flavors. It can be taken as needed. It also comes with a support program called Committed Quitters®.

How does Nicorette Gum work?

When you chew on a piece of Nicorette gum it replaces the nicotine that you  are used to getting. However the amount of nicotine you ingest is less than cigarettes.
Over a 12-week period, Nicorette allows your body to gradually adapt to less nicotine. You will use fewer and fewer pieces of Nicorette until you no longer need it at all.

Is Nicorette Gum Successful?
Like other nicotine replacement products, you are twice as likely to quit using Nicorette Gum than straight will-power (cold turkey).

To help you fight the psychological urge to smoke, Nicorette also has a Committed Quitters® support program.  Using Nicorette with Committed Quitters® significantly increases your chances of quitting.

Are There Any Side Effects of Nicorette Gum?
The Nicorette Gum is safe but some side effects can occur. These may include:

  • Headaches

  • Dizziness

  • Upset stomach

  • Diarrhea

  • Weakness

  • Blurred vision



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If you are taking other prescription medicines or you have some types of health condition you may not be able to use Nicorette Gum. Check with your doctor! Also, you should never smoke while you are taking the gum to avoid too much nicotine.

Some Nicorette Gum Reviews From Actual Users

I used Nicorette gum several years ago to quit smoking. It worked for me, and I no longer needed it after about a month. - Shadrick (from Yahoo Answers)

... you've got to remember one very basic fact - it won't work unless you actually want to quit. - Theo (from Yahoo Answers)

What Does Nicorette Gum Cost?

The cost of the treatment is about $35 per week. This would be a total of $350 for the recommended 10 week program.




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