2baconil 7mg Nicotine Patch Step 3
is used as a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) to help smokers quit smoking. The patch when placed on the body gradually releases nicotine, which helps to curb the craving for cigarettes and reduces withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, anxiety, and restlessness. Step 3 is the final phase of a three-step program, and each patch has a 7mg dose of nicotine. This step is typically used after completing steps 1 and 2, which have higher doses of nicotine. Key Ingredients:
- The patch when placed on the body gradually releases nicotine, which helps to curb the craving for cigarettes and reduces withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, anxiety, and restlessness
- The steady and all-day release of nicotine in the patch makes it easier for smokers to quit smoking without experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms
- The use of the nicotine patch is considered less harmful than smoking cigarettes as it does not contain the many harmful chemicals found in cigarettes
Good to Know:
- Using the patch in three steps (Step 1: 21mg, Step 2: 14mg, Step 3: 7mg) allows for gradual nicotine reduction and a successful transition from being a smoker to a non-smoker
2baconil 7mg Nicotine Patch releases 7mg nicotine over 24 hours.Concerns It Can Help With:
1 patch per dayDirections for Use:
- It is recommended that you start the therapy in the morning
- 2baconil is preferably applied on the right or left side of the upper back outer arm or upper side chest (next to collar bone)
- Press the patch firmly with the palm of your hand for about 10 seconds
- Read the label carefully before use
- Keep out of the reach of children
- Store in a cool and dark place
Identify triggers that make you want to smoke and avoid them as much as possible.Frequently Asked Questions:Q. How long does it take to quit smoking?
The length of time it takes to quit smoking varies from person to person. Some people quit after the first attempt, while others may need multiple attempts before successfully quitting.Q. What are some withdrawal symptoms of quitting smoking?
Withdrawal symptoms can include irritability, anxiety, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, and cravings for cigarettes.