Nicorette 15mg Inhalator Catridges (20)
- Safer Alternative To Cigarettes
- Helps Prevent Nicotine Wihtdrawal Symptoms
- Easy To Use
- Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
Nicorette Inhalator Cartridges are a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). It is used to relieve and /or prevent withdrawal symptoms and reduce the cravings you get when you try to stop smoking or when cutting down the number of cigarettes you smoke.
Nicorette 15mg Inhalator
What Are Nicorette 15mg Inhalator Catridges Used For?
Nicorette 15mg inhalator is a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). It is used to relieve and /or prevent withdrawal symptoms and reduce the cravings you get when you try to stop smoking or when cutting down the number of cigarettes you smoke. Ideally you should always aim to stop smoking. You can use Nicorette inhalator to achieve this by using it to completely replace all your cigarettes.
See more information on stopping smokimg on the NHS website.
Before You Use Nicorette 15mg Inhalator
Do NOT use Nicorette 15mg Inhalator if you:
- have an allergy to nicotine or any of the other ingredients.
- are a child under 12 years of age.
How to Store Nicorette 15mg Inhalator Catridges
- Keep Nicorette Inhalator out of the sight and reach of children and animals. Nicotine in high doses can be very dangerous and sometimes fatal if taken by children.
- Do not store Nicorette Inhalator above 25°C.
- Do not use Nicorette Inhalator after the ’Use before’ date shown on the carton.
- Dispose of any cartridge that has been inserted into the mouthpiece within 48 hours even if it has not been used.
Nicorette 15mg Inhalator Side Effects
When you use the Nicorette 15mg Inhalator for the first time it may cause a mild skin reaction. This is usually redness or itching of the skin where the patch has been. This will usually disappear after a few days. Rarely the reaction may persist or if there is a more severe skin reaction, you should stop using the patches and consult a doctor, nurse or pharmacist.
Very common side-effects (may affect more than 1 in 10 people):
- throat irritation
- (feeling sick) nausea
- sore and inflamed mouth
Common side-effects (may affect up to 1 in 10 people):
- allergic reactions (hypersensitivity)
- burning sensation in the mouth
- taste disturbance or loss of taste
- tingling or numbness of the hands and feet
- blocked nose
- stomach pain or discomfort
- dry mouth
- excessive gas or wind
- increased salivation
- sickness (vomiting)
- tiredness (fatigue)
Uncommon side-effects (may affect up to 1 in 100 people):
- abnormal dream
- sudden reddening of the face and/or neck
- high blood pressure
- sudden constriction of the small airways of the lung that can cause wheezing and shortness of breath
- loss or damage to voice
- throat tightness
- burping (belching)
- swollen, red, sore tongue
- mouth ulcers or blisters
- numbness or tingling of the mouth
- hives (urticaria)
- excessive sweating
- pain in jaw
- unusual weakness
- chest discomfort and pain
- general feeling of discomfort or being unwell or out of sorts (malaise)
Rare side-effects (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people):
- difficulty in swallowing
- decreased feeling or sensitivity, especially in the mouth
- feeling of wanting to be sick (vomit)
How To Use Nicorette 15mg Inhalator
Adults and children aged 12 and over:
- Inhale using the Nicorette 15mg inhalator, either deeply or shallow puffs. Choose the way that suits you. Either way, your body will receive the amount of nicotine required to give craving relief. You may find it takes more effort than inhaling from a cigarette, but the amount of nicotine you absorb through the lining of your mouth is the same whether you take deep or shallow puffs.
- It is up to you how many inhalations (puffs) you take, how often you take them and for how long.
- Each cartridge will provide you with about 40 minutes of intense use. You can divide this time how you like. For example, you could use a cartridge for four 10 minute inhalation periods.
The active ingredient is: Nicotine.
Other ingredients are: Menthol.