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Allen Carr of “Easy Way”, a reputable stop smoking organisation commissioned research company Atomik to survey
The 2 most widely used medications to quit smoking are Zyban and Chantix. Here are the success rates of both.
A recent trial where both methods were compared against a placebo, showed that e-cigarettes had a similar success rate to nicotine patches when quitting smoking.
Every major study of the nicotine patch returned low success rates with the average success rate being just 9.3%. That’s even lower than going cold turkey which has a success rate of 11.5%.
E-cigarettes are generally seen as a healthier alternative to smoking cigarettes because they don’t burn any tobacco.
Nicotine strips are a form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Another form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is known as a nicotine inhalator.
Nicotine nasal spray is another form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Nicotine mouth spray is another form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) that can help you quit smoking and reduce your cravings to smoke by weaning you off nicotine.
The Nicotine lozenge is another form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). It is available in different forms,
According to WebMd.com “use of e-cigarettes has risen significantly in recent years: Only 2 percent of U.S. smokers reported using them in 2010, but that number jumped to over 30 percent in 2012”
Nicotine gum is another form of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) it comes in different flavours and strengths.
Scientists have warned that e-cigarette vapour damages DNA in a way that can lead to cancer.