Many Successful Quit Smoking Attempts Made Without Advance Planning

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For some smokers, carefully planning a quit attempt may not be the path to becoming smoke-free.

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While there are benefits to preparing yourself for a quit attempt, a new national survey conducted by Nicorette Cinnamon Surge shows that for some, successfully quitting may not require an advance plan. In fact, half (49 percent) of successful quitters surveyed reported that their most recent quit attempt started without any advance planning.

Nicorette is a stop-smoking aid which provides fast, safe, controlled doses of nicotine to ease withdrawal from cigarettes. Convenient to carry and use, Nicorette allows smokers to control how much nicotine they use, and gives them the added flexibility of chewing an additional piece within the hour to treat strong or frequent cravings.

Nicorette is sugar-free and available in strengths of 2mg (for smokers of less than 25 cigarettes each day) and 4mg (for smokers of 25 or more cigarettes each day) and also is available in exciting flavors such as Fresh Mint, Fruit Chill and new Cinnamon Surge.

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