You should use Nicotex Patch for the full 12 weeks. It is important to complete the treatment. Talk to your doctor or healthcare provider if you feel the need to use Nicotex Patch longer than 12 weeks.
If you smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day, follow the 12-week plan. Use Nicotex Patch Step 1 (21 mg) for 4 weeks, Nicotex Patch Step 2 (14 mg) for 4 weeks and Nicotex Patch Step 3 (7 mg) for 4 weeks. If you smoke 20 or fewer cigarettes a day, follow the 12-week plan. Use Step 2 (14 mg) for 4 weeks and Step 3 (7 mg) for 8 weeks.
Quitting smoking is not easy. But you will feel a lot better doing it gradually than going quit cold turkey. That's because the Nicotex Patch helps reduce nicotine withdrawal symptoms like depressed mood, insomnia, irritability, frustration, anxiety, and restlessness. And since the benefit of quitting smoking is such a positive thing for your body and mind, you should start to feel better, both physically and emotionally, because of the decision you have made.
Nicotex Patch keeps a steady flow of nicotine for 24 hours.
Hence, you need to keep your patch on for 24 hours.
Nicotex Patch doesn’t contain any of the carcinogens (cancer-causing agents) that are found in cigarettes. The Nicotex Patch therapy is designed to help you quit smoking by gradually weaning you off nicotine over time until you do not need it anymore.
As you progress along your quit journey, your urge to smoke will decrease. On using Nicotex Patch, you will notice that the process is faster.
Yes, when you gradually lower nicotine levels, your body adjusts. And following Nicotex Patch’s 12 week program help improve your chances of quitting successfully.
No, do not cut the patch in half or into smaller pieces.
Yes. Water will not harm the Nicotex Patch if applied properly. You can bathe, swim, or shower for short periods of time while wearing the Nicotex Patch. If you’re concerned that it could loosen on your skin, you can secure it with two pieces of medical or sports tape, placed in an “X” over the patch.
Trim or shave or choose a non-hairy area of skin on your upper body or arms.
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, use this it only on the advice of your healthcare provider.
You can reapply the patch on the same site of application with little pressure. If you have followed the directions and the patch still doesn’t stick on, try using medical adhesive tape over the patch.