The nicotine inhalator delivers nicotine into the mouth while a smoker can still experience the smoking action itself.
He/she can hold it puff it and at the same time experience the sensation in the back of the throat similar to the sensation that is provided by tobacco smoke.
The illusion of a smoke is provided to a person while he/she is slowly weaned of the smoking habit. This is one of the reasons why the inhaler is a very effective quit smoking product.
The inhaler looks like a cigarette. It is a thin plastic tube with a nicotine cartridge inside. When a puff is taken on the tube, the cartridge delivers a nicotine vapor.
With tobacco smoke, the most of the nicotine is delivered into the lungs. With the inhaler, the nicotine vapor is absorbed into your mouth and throat area from where it is quickly released into the bloodstream.
The inhaler is FDA approved and is only available by prescription.
It is important to start using the inhaler after you have stopped smoking. When a person smokes while using the inhaler double loads of nicotine, are delivered to the body. This could lead to nicotine poisoning
After putting a cartridge into the inhaler, you should pierce it to start releasing the nicotine.
At first the inhaler should be used longer and more often. As your body adjusts to not smoking, you can either reduce the dose by using the inhaler lesser or you could even completely stop using it.
Do not drink beverages for 15 minutes before or after using the inhaler.
One cartridge does provide nicotine for 20 minutes of puffing. After 20 minutes, it should be replaced with a new one.
Most people use 6 to 10 cartridges per day. It is not save to use more than 16 cartridges per day.
After 12 weeks, the use of the cartridges are slowly tapered off.
The inhaler should normally not be used for longer than 24 weeks.
The most common side effects of the inhaler are coughing, a scratchy throat, a runny nose and an upset stomach.
The inhaler is quite an expensive form of NRT, but the high success rate makes it worth a try.QuitPros › nicotine replacement products › Nicotine inhalator.
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