Smoke pathces?

if smoke patches have a combo of tar and nicotine that how can the patches help someone quit smoking. patches have nicotine in them and cigarettes do. if there's nicotine in the patches then wouldn't it be slower to quit using the patch then just quitting cold turkey. please, i don't understand

Answer:
I was a long term smoker and used the patch to quit. The idea is if you follow the program you slowly reduce the amount of nicotine your body craves. It also gives you some time to really mentally prepare that you are quitting. On the other hand, quitting cold turkey is a shock to your system and just makes it harder to quit; but some people find it is the only way to do it. The bottom line is you really have to want to quit...not just saying it. You have to want it in your heart as well as your mind. Quitting smoking was the most difficult thing I did, but is is also the best thing...for myself and my family. Good Luck and don't give up. YOU CAN DO IT>

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