What product is right for you?
Quitting smoking is a big step, and we're here to support you. We offer a variety of nicotine replacement options. Take this quick quiz to find out which product, dosage, and flavor might work best for you.
Choose a Type of NRT
In this section, we’ll explore the various types of Nicotine Replacement Therapy options available to help you choose the one that aligns best with your quitting journey.
Using NRT products typically involves selecting the preferred form (e.g., gum, patch, lozenge, inhaler), following package instructions for proper usage, and beginning with the recommended dosage based on smoking habits. Gradually reduce NRT intake over time as cravings decrease, aiming for complete cessation. Consulting a healthcare professional for guidance is essential if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have any health concerns or are taking other medications.
Our Nicotine Replacement Products
At Kea Health, we offer an assorted selection of high-quality NRT products to aid people on their path to smoke-free living. Our offerings encompass nicotine gum, nicotine lozenges, nicotine patches, and nicotine inhalers, providing a comprehensive selection of effective choices tailored to diverse preferences and requirements.
Nicotine gum is an NRT method where users chew gum to release controlled amounts of nicotine, which can help alleviate withdrawal symptoms. Below are the pros and cons of using nicotine gum.
Nicotine lozenges are small dissolvable tablets that release nicotine gradually as they dissolve in the mouth. Below are the advantages and potential drawbacks of using nicotine lozenges for nicotine replacement therapy.
Nicotine patches, often regarded among the best nicotine replacement therapy options available, are worn on the skin and deliver a steady nicotine release.
Nicotine inhalators consist of a plastic tube with a cartridge containing nicotine. Users inhale through the device, which vaporizes the nicotine, providing a sensation similar to smoking. This method of nicotine replacement therapy allows individuals to address both the physical and psychological aspects of smoking addiction.