Spray Nicorette Freshmint, 1mg, 13.2 ml, Mcneil

Spray Nicorette Freshmint, 1mg, 13.2 ml, Mcneil

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Spray Nicorette Freshmint, 1mg, 13.2 ml, Mcneil 

Acts on the need to smoke in 60 seconds.

Nicorette Freshmint spray is used to help you quit smoking when you want to. This is a type of treatment called Nicotine Replacement Therapy (TSN).

Nicorette Freshmint relieves nicotine withdrawal symptoms including the need to smoke, symptoms that occur when you quit smoking. When you suddenly stop giving your body nicotine from tobacco, you will face different types of unpleasant feelings called withdrawal symptoms. By using Nicorette Freshmint you can prevent or reduce these unpleasant feelings and the need to smoke. This is because it will continue to supply a small amount of nicotine to your body for a short period of time. Nicorette Freshmint is less harmful than smoking. This is because it does not contain tar, carbon monoxide or other toxins from cigarette smoke.

To improve your chances of helping you quit smoking, you should also seek advice and support, if possible.

How to use:
Press the black button until you can push it in slightly.
While pressing the button, slide up and continue until the top of the sprayer locks.
Before using for the first time, prime the pump by pressing firmly on the top until a fine spray appears. If you do not use the spray for a few days, you may need to repeat this step.
Firmly press the top of the sprayer to spray into the mouth, avoiding the lips. For best results, wait a few seconds before swallowing. Do not inhale the spray - you should not spray in the throat.
To close the sprayer, slide the button down until it can be easily pushed inside. Then, as you push, slide down to lock.

Do not use Nicorette Freshmint if:
- you have recently (within 3 months) had a heart attack or stroke;
- you have chest pain (unstable angina) or resting angina;
- you have a heart condition that affects your heart rate or rhythm;
- you have high blood pressure that is not controlled with medication.
- have you ever had allergic reactions that manifested by swelling of the lips, face and throat (angioneurotic edema) or itchy skin rash (hives). The use of TSN can sometimes trigger this type of reaction.
- you have severe or moderate liver disease;
- you have severe kidney disease;
- you have diabetes;
- you have an overactive thyroid gland;
- you have a tumor in the adrenal gland (pheochromocytoma);
- you have a gastric ulcer;
- You have esophagitis.
Nicorette Freshmint should not be used by non-smokers.
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription. This is especially important if you are taking medicines containing: theophylline to treat asthma tacrine for Alzheimer's disease clozapine for schizophrenia, ropinirole in the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
Do not eat or drink while administering the buccopharyngeal spray.
Always take Nicorette Freshmint as mentioned in the leaflet. You should talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
People under the age of 18 should not use Nicorette Freshmint, unless prescribed by a doctor.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding:
It is very important to quit smoking during pregnancy, as smoking can lead to an insufficient growth of your baby. It can also lead to premature births or the birth of a stillborn baby. It is best if you can quit smoking without using nicotine-containing medications. If you are unable to do this, Nicorette Freshmint should only be used after consultation with your healthcare professional, your family doctor, or a doctor who specializes in assisting people who want to quit smoking.
Nicorette Freshmint should be avoided during breast-feeding as nicotine enters breast milk and may harm your baby. If your doctor has advised you to use Nicorette Freshmint, the spray should only be used after breast-feeding.

The active substance is nicotine. One spray dose contains 1 mg nicotine.
Contains ethanol.
150 sprays

How to use:
Use 1 or 2 sprays when you have normally smoked a cigarette or if there is a need to smoke. If, after a single spray, the need for nicotine does not disappear within a few minutes, a second spray should be used. If 2 sprays are required, subsequent doses may be administered as 2 consecutive sprays. Most smokers require about 1-2 sprays between 30 minutes and 1 hour.
For example, if you smoke an average of about 15 cigarettes a day, you should use 1 or 2 sprays at least 15 times a day. Reduce the number of doses per day after 6 weeks.
The maximum dose is 2 sprays at a time, 4 sprays per hour and 64 sprays per day.

Press the top of the container to release a spray into the mouth. To prevent the spray from getting into your throat, do not inhale during spraying. For best results, do not swallow for a few seconds after spraying.

13.2 ml