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Stopping smoking can be tough, but you don’t have to go it alone…
ost count of the times you’ve promised to quit smoking, then slipped back into old habits? You’re not alone. According to the Royal Society for Public Health, giving up cigarettes is the hardest resolution to keep.
So why so tough? One word: nicotine. The highly addictive chemical alters the balance of hormones dopamine and noradrenaline in your brain, giving you a feel-good hit while reducing stresses and anxiety, so you’re left wanting more.
But here’s some good news (hurrah!) – you don’t have to go cold turkey. NiQuitin’s range of Nicotine Replacement Therapy products deliver a dose of nicotine to curb cravings, helping you on your journey to quitting.
NiQuitin Pre-Quit Clear Patches, £13/1,300 (21mg Patch 7 patches 1 week kit), are clinically proven to double your chances of stopping smoking. They use Smart Control Technology to deliver a rapid release of nicotine, followed by a continuous flow for the next 24 hours. Plus there’s NiQuitin Mint Lozenges (4mg, 72s), £10/1,00 points, and NiQuitin Extra Fresh Mint Medicated Gum (2mg, 100s), £15.99/1,599 points, to add to your cravings-curbing armoury. On the go? NiQuitin Minis Mint Lozenges (4mg), £5.50 – 20 mint-flavoured lozenges in a grab-and-go pack – offer relief from cravings in three minutes flat. Team them with the patch to significantly up your chances of quitting compared with the patch alone.
Quitting can reduce your risk of smoking-related diseases, including heart disease and lung cancer– as well as helping to reduce stresses. It can even improve your sex life. Time you gave it another shot?
NiQuitin contains nicotine. Stop smoking aid. Requires willpower. Always read the label.
Practise makes perfect
Exercise your willpower breaking another habit first e.g. skipping that 3pm biscuit. A study found that smokers who practiced self-control in advance were able to quit for longer.
Get your eight hours
When sleep deprived we’re more likely to give in to impulses, according
to research. Noted.
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