I am not a physician and am not a professional smoking cessation counselor, but I will try to answer the questions you might have.
I don't speak or read medical terminology or any English language medical terminology. I use English and understand most of what is being said. My answers are based on the information given to me, but I try to keep the answers as clear and understandable as possible. The questions are: How can smoking cessation products be used to help quit smoking? Why do some products work better than others? What are some products that I would buy and recommend? What are some common problems with these products? The most common problem with quitting smoking is that your brain is wired in such a way that it doesn't want to stop smoking. There are so many chemicals in the tobacco you smoke that if you quit smoking for a while and get some help, you might start liking your cigarettes again. If you want to quit smoking, you have to start off slow and find the right product for you. There are several different ways to find products to help quit smoking. The best way to start is with an "off-label" product that you think might work.