Thursday, November 15, 2012

Nasal spray

Nasal spray
Nicotine crosses the nasal membranes, enters the venous system, flow to the heart, and the brain. Through cigarettes, it reaches the brain faster than using the nasal spray, nicotine patch or gum. However, the mode of absorption of nicotine nasal spray is similar to that of nicotine in cigarettes.

Nasal spray immediately reduce tobacco withdrawal symptoms. The main advantage of this product is simple to use and how. However, as it contains nicotine, this product is addictive. Therefore, the nasal spray is prescribed for a period of 3 months and maximum period of use should not exceed 6 months.
Nasal spray
Side effects usually lasts between 1 and 2 weeks and include the following:
  - Irritation of the nasal mucosa
  - Runny nose
  - Watery eyes
  - sneezing
  - Throat irritation
  - cough
Nasal spray
Nasal sprays are not suitable for people with asthma, allergies, nasal polyps or sinus problems.

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