Various quit-methods appeal to different smokers, depending on past experience, successes, failures, lifestyle, etc. The nicotine lozenge may be more appropriate for those who desire an oral, or hand-to-mouth, component to their quit-plan. It is more discrete than chewing the gum and allows more control over nicotine dosing than the patch. If you are concerned about NRT waste; the lozenge is completely consumed and leaves no nicotine containing waste.
Articles in this section
- What are advantages of the lozenge over other NRTs?
- How does the nicotine lozenge work?
- How do I use the lozenge?
- When do I start using the lozenge?
- How long should I use the lozenge?
- How do I decide what dose of lozenge to use?
- Is it dangerous to use more than the daily lozenge quota?
- Does the lozenge have sugar in it?
- Is the peppery or tingly taste in the lozenge or gum normal?
- Can a user switch lozenge dosages during treatment?