Calm the irritability
that comes with quitting.

How to keep your irritability in check.

During the first two weeks, you may feel edgy and short-tempered. Using Nicotinell can help ease your irritability, so you can be more like yourself.

5 ways to manage irritability.


Inform others in advance. Let your family, friends, and co-workers know that quitting may cause you to become easily angered or moody.


Avoid conflict. Steer clear of conversations that may lead to an angry outburst. If a situation escalates, walk away and calm yourself.


Practice mindfulness meditation. Sit quietly with your eyes closed and focus on your thoughts and surroundings. Mindfulness helps you pay attention to and respond to your feelings.


Apologize. If you do snap, resolve things quickly with an apology. Your loved ones will understand and forgive you because they’re happy you’re quitting.


Exercise every day. A daily dose of physical exercise is good for the body and the mind. It helps release endorphins that will improve your mood.

The Anti-Irritability Generator.

Quitting can put you on edge, making you as temperamental as a two-year-old. When you are on the verge of losing it, hit the help button to receive tips to keep you from smoking.

Anti-Irritability Generator

‘I’m as irritable as a burning
hornet’s nest. How can I relax
and distract myself from smoking?’


Nicotinell lozenges can help calm your irritableness.

If you’re feeling irritable, Nicotinell lozenges can help combat those negative feelings.