A lot of people try Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), which includes nicotine gum (such as Nicorette), nicotine lozenges, nicotine patches, and nicotine inhalers.
Let's just look at the side effects of NRT. According to this massive study, you can expect six months of:
gastrointestinal complaints (in other words, farting)
heart palpitations and chest pains
nausea and vomiting (sounds fun so far, huh?)
coughing (wait—wasn't that why you quit smoking?)
insomnia (because you didn't need to sleep anyway, right?)
skin irritation (if you use a patch)
mouth and throat soreness (for gum and lozenges)
mouth ulcers (yuck!)
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