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Why would I want to use the patch, gum, or lozenge if I’m trying to quit nicotine?

Relapses often occur because withdrawal symptoms are too strong to handle and the ex-smoker hasn't yet had time to develop healthy non-smoking responses to them. Slowing down nicotine withdrawal, by providing ever-decreasing levels of nicotine, helps to make withdrawal more manageable. This gives the ex-smoker time to build healthy defenses against smoking urges and triggers. You will no longer be inhaling over 7,000 toxins; you will be helping your body wean off the addictive substance, nicotine. 

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