How to use an Inhalator
When using the Inhalator, you can take deep breaths or shallow puffs, depending on what works best for you. Either way, it will help your body to ease cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Similarly, the number of puffs you take is entirely up to you, as is the length of each puff.
When you take a puff on an Inhalator, the fluid in the cartridge vaporizes, before being absorbed through your mouth – rather than through your airways down to the lungs.
Each Inhalator cartridge will provide you with around 40 minutes of intense use. The number of cartridges you use each day will depend on how much you smoke, but it’s important that you use no more than six cartridges each day.
How effective is an Inhalator?
Nicorette Inhalator is a clinically proven stop-smoking NRT format. In fact, when compared with willpower alone, NRT has been shown to double your chances of quitting for good. And tools like the Inhalator don’t just ease cravings – they can also help increase your motivation to quit.
Is the Inhalator safe?
The benefits of quitting with tools like the Inhalator clearly outweigh any potential risks associated with using NRT. Using NRT to quit smoking doesn’t mean you’re trading one addiction for another. The likelihood of long-term dependence on a tool like the Inhalator is low.
However, while the Inhalator is safer than smoking, you should talk to your doctor if you’re unsure whether it’s right for you. It’s especially important to speak to a medical professional if you’re pregnant or taking other medicines.
Can the Inhalator be used on planes?
Perhaps surprisingly, Inhalators can be used on planes, as well as on a wide range of public transport. However, before using the Inhalator on a plane, it’s best to check in with a flight attendant and explain how the Inhalator works, if necessary.
To see how the Inhalator can help you quit without changing your routine, see Sarah’s story here.