Nicotine replacement therapies, such as nicotine gums, patches or inhalers, help to control the withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting while avoiding the harmful effects of tobacco. They are usually recommended for use for an 8-week period after the ‘quit date’.

For more information, see How to Quit Smoking.

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