Learn About Quit Smoking Medicines
Maybe you’ve already used a quit-smoking medicine when you tried to quit. Or maybe you’ve just thought about it. Either way, you can learn more here about quit-smoking medicines and how they can help you quit for good.
- Make quitting less painful
- Are much safer
- Help you get through the toughest times
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- Feel like nothing worked?
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- Ideas you might get from a quit coach
- Can help with cravings
- Can help with or without medicines
The quit-smoking medicines listed here are approved by the FDA for adults to use to quit cigarettes. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or younger than 18, you should not use these medicines without talking to your doctor. If you use tobacco products other than cigarettes (like cigars, chew, snuff, hookah, or e-cigarettes), talk to your doctor or other healthcare provider, or call the quitline (1-800-QUIT-NOW) to get help with quitting. All the ways to use medicines presented here are reviewed in Smoking Cessation: A Report of the Surgeon General (Chapter 6) [PDF – 1.8 MB]. Some of the ways have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA.