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NICORETTE INHALATOR 15MG 4S

This Nicorette Inhalator is a treatment that helps you to quit smoking. It works by giving you nicotine that the cigarette does, with the difference being that it does not contain the other harmful chemicals that a cigarette does. Over time, this treatment can be used to reduce nicotine intake and help to quit smoking. This inhalator can also be used at times when smoking is not possible as a replacement.
What causes nicotine addiction:Nicotine addiction is caused when smoking tobacco and it is inhaled into the lungs. From there, the tobacco, which contains nicotine, goes through the lungs and around the body, up into the brain. The brain responds by releasing a neurotransmitter which causes a mood change and the feeling of pleasure. This neurotransmitter is called dopamine. Dopamine is then relied upon to deliver this feeling and as a result, causing cravings. Cravings can be triggered by actions and events due to the routine. Knowing what these triggers are can be a big help when it comes to quitting smoking.

Who is this inhalator suitable for: This inhalator is suitable to be used by adults and children aged 12 and over. This inhalator should not be used by adults and children who are allergic to the ingredients contained in the inhalator. Anyone who any of the following applies to should speak to a doctor or pharmacist before using:
Are in the hospital because of heart disease
Have a stomach ulcer
Have kidney or liver disease
Have long-term throat disease
Have an overactive thyroid gland
Are diabetic
You should speak to a medical professional if you are using any other form of medication.

Can someone who is pregnant or breastfeeding use this inhalator: Someone who is pregnant or breastfeeding can use this inhalator as a form of NRT but an attempt to quit smoking should be done without NRT first. If this is unsuccessful, then consult a professional for advice on what treatment to use.

How should Nicorette 15mg Inhalator be used: Before using it for the first time, place a cartridge into the inhalator. Do this by twisting the inhalator until the 2 lines of it line up. Then pull it apart and place a cartridge inside. Once the cartridge is inside, put the inhalator back together and lock it so it doesn’t come open. To use the inhalator, use it the way that suits you, either through the nose or as a cigarette. You may find it more difficult to inhale than with a cigarette. You can use it as you see fit, taking in as much through inhaling as you think you need. Each cartridge provides around 40 minutes of use. Use this inhalator when you feel the need to. Do not use more than 6 cartridges a day. The amount you use will be dependent on how many cigarettes you smoke.

Are there any side effects: Like with many types of medication, there is the potential for side effects. There is a chance that you may experience side effects as a result of nicotine withdrawals. These side effects include:
Irritability
Feeling low
Anxiety
Restlessness
A lack of concentration
Weight gain
Cravings
Sleeping problems
Lower heart rate
There is also the chance of side effects as a result of too much nicotine. The side effects of this include:
Feeling faint
Nausea
A headache

Of course, there is a chance that you will experience side effects using the inhalator. These potential side effects include:
A headache
A cough
Throat irritation
Nausea
A sore and inflamed mouth
Hiccups
Allergic reactions
Burning sensation
Dizziness
A loss of taste
Tingling and numbness in the hands or feet
A blocked nose
Stomach pain
Diarrhoea
Dry mouth
Indigestion
Excessive gas or wind
Increased amounts of saliva
Vomiting
Fatigue
Abnormal dreams
Sudden reddening in the face or neck
High blood pressure
Wheezing or shortness of breath
Voice loss
Sneezing
Tightness in the throat
Belching
Swollen and red tongue
Mouth ulcers or blisters
Numbness or tingling in the mouth
Hives
Sweating
Itching
A rash
Jaw pain
Unusual weakness
Chest pain
Feeling unwell
Swallowing difficulties
Decreased feeling in the mouth
The feeling of wanting to be sick
Blurred vision
Redness in the skin