How to Use a Nicorette Inhalator
So you want to quit smoking… but there is something about that 5 minute break, with the cigarette sits in your hands, you press it to your lips… and you unwind from the days stresses – even if for only 5 minutes. Giving up smoking is a three part process 1 kicking the nicotine addiction, 2 kicking the physical hand to mouth habit 3 sticking to it. If you are struggling to let go of your cigarette breaks the Nicorette Inhalator (formerly known as the Nicorette Inhaler) is a great option?
What is the Nicorette Inhaler or Nicorette Inhalator.
It is a small white device that looks and feels like a cigarette in your hand and helps you deal with the urge to purse a cigarette in between your lips and hold it in your hands. It is really great for continuing the habit – without the nasty nicotine side effects. Once you shake your nicotine addiction, then you can work on breaking the habit of ducking out for a cigarette.
Here is a Infographic on the Nicorette Inhalator and how to use it
4 Substitutes for a cigarette break:
Once you have your craving under control we recommend doing the following to stay away from cigarettes bit still get that stress relief during times when your mates duck out to smoke. A lot of the time people can replace their smoking addiction with food addiction and put on weight … here are some other healthy ways to fight cravings and support the best possible you.
- Go for a walk around the block – fresh air and movement can do wonders for the brain.
- Take five deep slow breaths – this can be great for resetting yourself and taking time just for you… you would be amazed how much less stressed you feel after taking some time to reset.
- Listen to your favourite song – this is a great way to put yourself in a good mood – you can even dance if you want to.
- Think about the things you have to be grateful in your life, acknowledging them is one great way to make sure you remember them so they do not dissappear from your life.
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