Nicotine patches – the latest news

A recent US study reveals that nicotine patches are no better than trying to give up smoking by yourself. The Sydney Morning Herald article, ‘Real drag: study finds patches no help for smokers after quitting’ (11 January 2012) reported that patches, gum and nasal spray did not support smokers who had quit, especially without counselling.

Long-term smokers were particularly unassisted by patches because their bodies assimilate nicotine very quickly, and not enough was contained in a patch.

To quit smoking successfully, see my website, lindataylor.com.au, for details about:

  • hypnotherapy for smoking
  • my book, Now Stop Smoking, and
  • my workshops.

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I am an experienced therapist with over 15 years experience. I practise in Botany on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday and Miranda on Friday. I am an accredited supervisor with Australian Hypnotherapy Association (AHA) and Australian Counselling Association (ACA).

One thought on “Nicotine patches – the latest news

  1. I really need to quit smoking. I can’t even get up the stairs without being winded. Great information on your site to get me started. I think I’ll try blu cigs first.

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