GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare offers free nicotine lozenges for all certified pilots and air traffic controllers to help them safely quit smoking
In response to the announcement by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Commit Lozenges now offered to pilots and air traffic controllers who are quitting smoking
With the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) recent announcement to remove a prescription anti-smoking pill from their approved list of safe medications for pilots, GSK Consumer Healthcare, an industry leader in smoking cessation, is offering one free 48 count of 2mg or 4mg Commit Cherry lozenges to all licensed commercial and private pilots who are interested in quitting smoking today, through June 30. It is important for pilots to understand that NRT has been the recommended aid for pilots to quit smoking since 1994, and that the FAA news in no way includes GSK's products, which are deemed safe and effective medicines to relieve nicotine withdrawal symptoms that arise during a quit attempt.
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April 30, 2010 – To better help meet the needs of smokers who are quitting, Nicorette® launched a mini-sized stop smoking lozenge that dissolves up to three-times faster than other stop smoking lozenges and can double a smoker’s chances of successfully quitting versus placebo. The new Nicorette mini Lozenge comes in a discreet pocket-size vial, so smokers can have it on hand to help quickly address craving and withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking.
Some smokers will attempt to quit up to nine times before doing so successfully, and according to studies, a person’s social networks can influence his or her decision to pick up smoking, or initiate quitting. By seeking out support from friends, family, or other smokers, and utilizing available cessation tools such as nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), smokers increase their chances of quitting significantly.
“Smoking is an addiction, and when trying to quit, smokers may need help to address physical nicotine cravings as well as behavior change,” said Dr. Drew Pinsky, addiction expert nationally known for his syndicated radio talk show, Loveline, and the VH1 shows, Celebrity Rehab and Sober House. “Products, like the new Nicorette mini Lozenge, can help address the physical symptoms associated with quitting and a new movement we’ve created online will help connect smokers, allowing them to share their stories and support. Nicorette is launching a “mini Moments” contest on the new Nicorette Facebook® Page at www.Facebook/Nicorette****. The page is designed to help connect smokers interested in quitting, allowing them to provide each other with support throughout the quitting process.
To enter the “mini Moments” contest, smokers can submit their most inspiring reason for wanting to quit smoking through the mini Moments Contest application on the Nicorette Facebook® Page by visiting www.Facebook****/nicorette. The contest offers them the chance to win an opportunity to meet addiction expert, Dr. Drew face-to-face, as well as a free course of new Nicorette mini Lozenge therapy to start them on their path to a smoke-free life. Smokers joining the quit smoking movement will also be able to get tips from Dr. Drew on ways to overcome their nicotine addiction while sharing stories with others who are trying to quit.
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Smoking has been identified as the single most preventable cause of premature death in the United States. To have a better chance of succeeding, smokers need access to counseling, behavioral support programs and FDA approved stop smoking products.
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New Brain Imaging Shows The Effects of Withdrawal on Smokers Trying to Quit and How Therapeutic Nicotine Helps
New research highlighted at a symposium during an annual meeting for family physicians shows how nicotine withdrawal creates functional changes in the brains of smokers trying to quit causing cognitive performance deficits (such as ability to concentrate) that may make it more difficult to quit, and could be a driver of smoking relapse.1 Further, brain imaging technology shows that when treatment with the Commit® 4 mg nicotine lozenge is introduced, these symptoms of nicotine withdrawal can be reversed.2 This information is helping physicians better understand addiction and how treatment can help.
"The new research provides powerful new evidence as to why physicians need to intervene and help their patients understand and manage symptoms to help them quit successfully," said Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General and driving force behind the 1988 Surgeon General's report entitled: The Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction. "Physicians should use these new data as reasons to speak with their patients to help them better understand their addiction, including the serious impact of withdrawal and how proven treatments can help reverse nicotine withdrawal symptoms that impact the brain."
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No Smoking Day - 11th March 2009
Patches, gum, microtabs, lozenges, inhalers, nasal sprays and even hypnosis. There are loads of ways to help you quit smoking - but do any of them really work any better than old fashioned cold turkey?
It’s national No Smoking Day again, a day when a quarter of the UK population – that’s 12 million smokers - are encouraged to kick their habit. In fact, every year more than a million people quit smoking on No Smoking Day. The campaign will also highlight the benefits of stopping smoking and how to get help.
Community pharmacist and Royal Pharmaceutical Spokesperson – Lindsey Gilpin will be giving advice to the millions of smokers who want to quit, explaining some of the quitting aids available to help, and revealing why smoking is such a hard habit to break.
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