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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.

1

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

2

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

3

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.

4

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.

5

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?’

HELP!

Nicotinell lozenges can help calm your irritableness.

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

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