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How to use Nicotrol Gum

Some people complain that the peppery taste of the gum is too strong for them. This is sometimes the result of them over-chewing the gum. Nicotrol is not supposed to be constantly chewed like chewing gum. It is designed to be periodically chewed and then "parked". If you find the taste of the gum a little too intense then this may be the reason why. Try to persevere and check that you are using the correct chewing technique.

Try to avoid swallowing the saliva that results from chewing the gum. This saliva will contain the nicotine from the gum and swallowing it can cause gastrointestinal discomfort or nausea. Nor should you swallow the actual gum. This is also why you should avoid eating while using the gum. Some types of acidic food and drink, including citrus fruits and juices and soft drinks, will adversely affect the ability of the mouth to absorb the nicotine. Tea and coffee should be avoided while using the gum for the same reason. Try not to eat these foods within quarter-of-an-hour or so either side of using the gum. Alternatively, if you have ingested one of these foods, you could use water to rinse your mouth of its residue prior to using the gum. This restriction can actually help those ex-smokers who have to fight the desire to snack on food once they stop smoking. The gum also gives these people something other than smoking to keep their mouth occupied.

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