Nicorette 2 mg Gum - Fruit Chill ( 100 ct., 2 pk.)
About this item
- Nicorette Fruit Chill flavor
- Two 100-piece packs
- Reduces nicotine cravings
- Reduces the urge to smoke
- Not for women pregnant or nursing
Taking control of your health may include changing your diet or stopping bad habits. When you choose to quit smoking Nicorette® 2mg Gum, Fruit Chill (100 ct., 2 pk) is an excellent way to get started. Rather than going cold turkey, you can gradually wean yourself off the dangerous habit. Instead of reaching for the cigarettes, reach for a refreshing piece of gum that will curve your cravings and leave your breath fresh.
Can You Continue to Smoke While Chewning Nicorette Gum?
The point of choosing Nicorette 2mg gum is to stop smoking. The best course of action is to select a stop date and begin using Nicorette on that day in place of your usual cigarettes. However, for some, it is not as simple as switching your smokes for a pack of gum. You can still have an occasional cigarette as you begin your stop smoking journey. However, it would be best if you didn't consume as many cigarettes as you usually would in addition to chewing the gum.
Can You Drink Alcohol While Chewing Nicotine Gum?
While you wean yourself off cigarettes, it is best to avoid any drinks that you usually consume while smoking. It will help lessen your cravings for cigarettes while enjoying your favorite beverage. Limiting what you drink is not just for alcoholic drinks. It includes coffee and caffeinated drinks you may habitually enjoy while you smoke.
How Long Do You Need to Chew Nicotine Gum for the Full Effect?
You don't chew Nicorette gum 2mg, Fruit Chill as you would traditional gum. Instead, you bite it and hold it against your cheek or under your tongue to release the nicotine into your system. Repeat these steps until you stop feeling a tingling sensation, which takes about 30 minutes after you start chewing the piece.
Can Nicorette Fruit Chill Cause Cancer?
While nicotine gum does deliver the nicotine you crave into your system, it lacks cancer-causing agents. Nicotine gum like Nicorette has no known cancer cases associated with its use.