I would like to cut down on smoking by first taking the lozenges during the day and smoking at night, after 5, and then after the summer, going on lozenges all of the time. Why is this not recommended and what are the health risks I'm running? Would love to hear from a doctor or someone like that in the know. Thank you.
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