Nicorette Inhaler (Nicotine Polacrilex) Customer Reviews

Nicorette Inhaler

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Nicotine oral inhalation is employed to assist individuals in quitting smoking. It is recommended to utilize nicotine oral inhalation in conjunction with a smoking cessation program, encompassing support groups, counseling, and targeted behavioral modification methods. This form of inhalation operates within the category of medications known as smoking cessation aids. Its mechanism involves supplying nicotine to the body, thereby diminishing the withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking cessation and curbing the desire to smoke.

Uses and Dosage

Nicotine oral inhalation is provided in a cartridge meant for mouth inhalation through a specialized device. Utilize nicotine oral inhalation precisely as directed, refraining from altering the dosage or frequency unless under the explicit instructions of your doctor.

Comply with your doctor’s recommendations regarding the daily usage of nicotine cartridges. The dosage might be adjusted based on your smoking urges. Following a 12-week period of nicotine inhalation and your body’s adaptation to a smoke-free state, your doctor may gradually reduce the dose over 6 to 12 subsequent weeks until discontinuation of nicotine inhalation. Adhere to your doctor’s guidelines during this dose reduction process.

The nicotine within the cartridges is released through frequent puffs spanning a 20-minute duration. You can either exhaust a cartridge in a single instance or take several short puffs until the nicotine is depleted. Experimenting with different schedules can help identify the most effective approach for you.

Obtain the manufacturer’s patient information from your pharmacist or doctor. Familiarize yourself with the inhaler’s usage instructions and request a demonstration from your healthcare provider or pharmacist to master the proper technique. Practice using the inhaler under their supervision.

Should you find yourself unable to quit smoking after a four-week period, consult your doctor. They can assist in pinpointing the reasons for your inability to quit and strategize for another attempt.

Side Effects

Some side effects may occur that usually do not need medical attention:

  • irritation in the mouth and throat
  • cough
  • runny nose
  • taste changes
  • pain of the jaw, neck, or back
  • tooth problems
  • sinus pressure and pain
  • headache
  • pain, burning, or tingling in the hands or feet
  • gas

Inform your healthcare provider immediately if you experience any serious side effects:

  • rapid heart rate


Prior to using this product, inform your pharmacist or doctor about any allergies you have, including allergies to this product or any other substances. Inactive components, such as menthol, present in this product could trigger allergic responses or other complications.

Before initiating this medication, communicate your medical history to your pharmacist or doctor, especially if you have a history of conditions such as blood vessel disorders, respiratory issues (such as asthma or emphysema), diabetes, heart ailments, high blood pressure, liver or kidney disease, esophagus problems (like esophagitis), gastrointestinal ulcers, a specific adrenal condition (pheochromocytoma), overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), or seizures.

Both nicotine and smoking can pose risks to an unborn child. If you are pregnant, attempt to quit smoking without resorting to nicotine replacement products whenever feasible. During pregnancy, the use of this medication should be limited to situations where it’s clearly necessary. Consult your doctor to weigh the potential advantages against the risks.

Nicotine derived from both smoking and this medication can enter breast milk, potentially causing unfavorable effects in a nursing infant. Prior to breastfeeding, seek guidance from your doctor.

Form and Strength

Nicorette Inhaler is available in the following forms and strengths:

  • Nicorette Inhaler inhaler:

    • 4mg


How does the Nicorette Inhaler differ from a patch?

The nicotine inhaler helps you quit smoking in two main ways: It simulates the act of smoking (hand to mouth) with the holder shaped like a cigarette, which some people find helpful for quitting. It also delivers nicotine when you puff on the device to help with cravings.

Do Nicorette Inhalers produce smoke?

As you inhale or puff through the mouthpiece, the inhaler releases a vapour containing nicotine, which is absorbed through the lining of your mouth and throat.



Additional information

Generic name:

Nicotine Polacrilex





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