Nicorette Bucomist 1 mg


Nicotine spray indicated to help quit smoking by reducing in a few seconds anxiety that usually appears



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What Nicorette BucoMist is and what it is used for
Nicorette BucoMist belongs to the group of medications used to help you quit smoking when there is an intention to quit tobacco use. . This type of treatment is called Nicotine Replacement Therapy (TSN).

Nicorette BucoMist relieves withdrawal symptoms that appear when you quit smoking, including cravings to smoke. When you stop giving nicotine from tobacco to the body suddenly, different unpleasant sensations may appear, which is collectively referred to as withdrawal syndrome. The use of Nicorette BucoMist can prevent or reduce withdrawal syndrome including cravings to smoke. Its action is due to the fact that Nicorette BucoMist continues to administer a small amount of nicotine to the body for a short period of time. Nicorette BucoMist does not contain tar, carbon monoxide or other toxins present in tobacco.
Advice and support is important to increase your chances of quitting.

You should see a doctor if it worsens or does not improve after 6 months of treatment.

How to use Nicorette BucoMist
Always take this medicine exactly as described in this leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Nicorette BucoMist should not be used in children under 18 years of age.
You must completely stop smoking during treatment with Nicorette BucoMist.

The following chart shows the recommended process for using Nicorette BucoMist step by step:

Phase 1: Weeks 1-6
Perform 1 or 2 sprays when the urge to smoke appears. If, after a spray, the urge to smoke is not controlled within a few minutes, apply a second spray. If two sprays are needed, the following applications will also have to be two consecutive sprays. For most smokers this is 1 or 2 sprays every 30-60 minutes.
Example: If you smoke an average of 15 cigarettes per day, 1-2 sprays should be applied, at least 15 times a day.
Do not use more than 2 sprays at once or 4 sprays per hour. The maximum dose is 64 sprays for 16 hours in a period of one day.

Phase 2: Weeks 7-9
Begin to reduce the number of sprays per day.
By the end of the ninth week, you should be using HALF of the sprays you used during phase I.

Phase 3: Weeks 10-12
Continue to reduce the number of sprays per day until you do not use more than 4 sprays per day during week 12. When sprays have been reduced to 2-4 sprays per day, Nicorette BucoMist should be discontinued.

At the end of treatment you may be tempted to smoke again. Keep the container with the unused doses of the medicine for those situations where there is suddenly a very strong need to smoke. You can apply one spray, or two sprays if the first spray doesn't help within minutes.

You should normally use Nicorette BucoMist for 3 months and no more than 6 months.
Consult your doctor if you need to use Nicorette BucoMist for more than 6 months.