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Get your mind around stop smoking first, then this can help,
This review is from: Nicorette Quickmist Duo Nicotine Mouthspray, 1 mg (Personal Care)
Started this product several weeks ago. I was offered this by the smoking cessation nurse because I had tried various other items over the years without much luck. Like many, I do enjoy smoking. Often 2-3 when I first get-up. Usually I smoke 20 - 25 a day and have for the last 30 odd years.
Six years ago I had stopped for 5-6 months by reading the Allen Carr Easy Way, that was the only time had ever been able to actually stop. Since then I had found stopping absolutely hopeless.
With the cost of smoking going thru the roof, both my wife and I have tried again. She's gone on the Champix (done nothing for me in the past) and I was offered these. She stopped after 8 days on the tablets. For me, I found this spray very unpleasant and would take a little time to get use to. Therefore decided to cut down with the help of it. For 2 weeks I cut down to 10-a-day. I found that in that time I lost a lot of interest in smoking. I then cut down to 3-4 a day. Counted down my last 5 ciggys then just stopped. It just seemed so easy. Couldn't quite understand it.
You have to take time getting used to it, also show some reward to yourself. We both take £40 a week pocket money that we usually spend on fags. This spray is really quite unpleasant. What surprised me was the fact that I just lost interest in smoking. After several weeks,I've found myself more and more dependant on it though, and the taste has become a lot more bearable.
After reading Allen Carr years ago, I believe that to stop smoking, you need to understand your addiction a little. Get your mind prepared. Then go for it. I think they suggest you can have up 64 sprays a day with this, but I be lucky if I'm having 20-30 a day at first. Quick-mist certainly helped. A skeptic at first, I found this very easy for me to stop smoking with. No doubt, the truth to me will be in the time to come. One step at a time.
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Initial post: 11 Apr 2012 15:23:09 BDT
Miss C. S. Curtis says:
i was told the quick mist was not available on the smoking cessation thingy majig, by the nurse do you know if it was taken off for a reason.
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