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Nicotine Inhaler Information

The nicotine inhaler (Nicotrol® Inhaler) can help reduce the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal as you try to quit smoking. This prescription product is generally used for six months, and the amount you use each day will be gradually reduced over the course of treatment. To use it, inhale deeply or puff in short breaths through the mouthpiece. It normally takes 20 minutes of active inhaling or puffing to use one cartridge.
 
Although the drug is generally well tolerated, it is not suitable for everyone. Make sure your healthcare provider has up-to-date information on your medical history and a list of your current medications before you start using the nicotine inhaler. In particular, let your healthcare provider know if you have diabetes or problems with your kidneys, lungs, liver, or heart.
 
(Click Nicotine Inhaler for more information on this product, including how it works, side effects, who can use it, and more.)
 

Nicotine Inhaler Information

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