Ingredients and working
Nicorette gum contains a small amount of an active ingredient known as nicotine polacrilex, a type of nicotine resin complex. However, the inactive ingredients may vary depending on the manufacturer, variety of flavour options available, colour and sweetener used.
How does Nicorette’s gum work?
Nicorette treatment option includes chewing the gums. The gum releases a very small amount of the nicotine released from the resin complex.
Due to chewing the released nicotine is then absorbed by the body through the lining of the mouth. This helps to reduce nicotine cravings and overcome withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking.
The active ingredient of Nicorette gum blind with nicotine receptors in the brain, which helps reduce carving and at the same time give equal feelings of pleasure that smoking a cigarette can give.
The best advantage is Nicorette gum is it does not expose the body to harmful chemicals such as tar and carbon monoxide found in cigarette smoke.
Over regular use, these gums can help reduce the dependency on smoke and help overcome bad withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking habits.
Some basic information about Nicorette gum
How it works: Nicorette gum works by delivering a small controlled amount of nicotine into the bloodstream when chewed. That helps reduce nicotine dependency when used as recommended.
Dosage: These are general gum with safe ingredients to consume. But however, for good results and a faster process of quitting the smoking habit, you need to visit a doctor. Depending on your age, health, and smoking frequency a doctor may recommend you the best dose.
How to use: Chew the gum slowly so that the nicotine in the gum gets mixed in the bloodstream through the mouth. To avoid long-time chewing, park the gum safely inside the mouth with a few chews allowing the nicotine to release from the gum.