Any smoker will tell you, it’s tough to quit smoking. You try to quit, but it's hard to ignore cravings for cigarettes. As a result, many people quit, but they go back to cigarettes again and again.

Prescription-Only NICOTROL Inhaler

Ready to try to quit smoking? Meet another option.

In two studies, NICOTROL Inhaler was shown to increase the chance of quitting at 6 weeks. NICOTROL Inhaler may help you quit smoking by reducing your urge to smoke. And it may help you quit on your own terms, because the dose of NICOTROL Inhaler is individualized.

The NICOTROL Inhaler provides the smoker with adequate amounts of nicotine to reduce the urge to smoke. NICOTROL Inhaler may provide some degree of comfort by providing a hand-to-mouth ritual similar to smoking. However, the importance of such an effect in smoking cessation is, as yet, unknown.

Success in quitting with a nicotine replacement therapy (such as NICOTROL Inhaler) usually involves behavior change. This can mean joining a comprehensive behavioral smoking cessation program. (This is a support program for people trying to quit.) This program can include support groups, counseling, or specific behavior change techniques.

Talk to your doctor to see if NICOTROL Inhaler—the only inhaled prescription nicotine replacement therapy—may be right for you.

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