What happens if I smoke and use Commit lozenges on the same day? What risk am I running?
- 27 May 2011 by Molly14
- commit, smoking, smoking cessation
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.
7 May 2012
Hello Molly14. Your body will be getting to much nicotine. Nicotine is a stimulant and your nervous system would go into overdrive. Blood pressure and heart rate would be effected. Regards pledge
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
I'm A 10-13 cig a day smoker. Started Chantix Nov 3 and on the 11th day. I cannot take the evening dose of 1mg b/c my sleep is restless. No ...
2 answers • 13 Nov 2009 •
My boyfriend has been on Chantix for 5 months now and he's still smoking. He has been smoking less. Instead of 1 pack per day he is smoking ...
2 answers • 11 Jun 2011 •
1 answer • 21 Apr 2012 •
and then wear a nicotine patch after thatI I smoke about 8 cigarettes a day.Does this sound right ?
1 answer • 3 Oct 2012 •
I have been smoke free for 3 years (smoked 50 yrs), but now I can't give up the lozenges. I have been told that these are as dangerous as ...
2 answers • 13 Jul 2013 •