Not much, except in the doses of nicotine each provides. A heavy smoker, one who lights up within 30 minutes of awakening, may need the 4mg gum to adequately tackle withdrawal symptoms. Smokers use the 2mg gum in their quit-plans if they smoked their first cigarette of the day more than 30 minutes after awakening.
Articles in this section
- What are advantages of gum over other NRTs?
- How do I use nicotine gum?
- Can I eat or drink before or while using gum or the lozenge?
- What's the right way to use the gum?
- How long and how often should I use the gum?
- When I stop using the 4mg gum, will I go into withdrawal?
- What are some side effects of nicotine gum?
- Is the peppery or tingly taste in the lozenge or gum normal?
- How do I choose between 2mg and 4mg gum?
- I'm using the correct dose the of gum; why am I still craving?