NICORETTE® First Week Challenge. The first week of quitting might be the toughest part of your journey, but it’s also the most important. That’s why we created the NICORETTE® First Week Challenge to help you give yourself the best chance of becoming tobacco and nicotine-free.NICORETTE® First Week Challenge. The first week of quitting might be the toughest part of your journey, but it’s also the most important. That’s why we created the NICORETTE® First Week Challenge to help you give yourself the best chance of becoming tobacco and nicotine-free.

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9x more likely to quit
once you make it through the first week*

*versus those not abstinent at week 1 as part of an abrupt quitting attempt UK-NI-2100692

Welcome to the Nicorette First Week Challenge! If you want to try to stop, start here. You want to stop smoking? That’s incredible. And if you can make it through the first week of quitting – you’re well on the way to living a cigarette free life, in fact you are 9 times more likely to quit for good*! It’s tough, but so are you! Sign up to the FREE Nicorette Stop Smoking Support plan today and receive 12 weeks of stop smoking support!

*versus those not abstinent at week 1 as part of an abrupt quitting attempt UK-NI-2100692

Your Stop Smoking Timeline – What happens to your body when you quit

The sooner you quit, the sooner you'll notice changes to your health. Get ready to feel victorious!

20 minutes

Your blood pressure and pulse return to normal.

2 to 12 weeks

Circulation improves throughout the body, making walking and running much easier.

8 hours

Oxygen levels in your blood return to normal and the levels of carbon monoxide are reduced by more than half.

5 years

Your heart-attack risk falls to about half of that of a smoker.

24 hours

Carbon monoxide has been eliminated from your body. Your lungs start to clear out mucus and other smoking debris.

10 years

Your risk of lung cancer falls to about half of that of a smoker.

48 hours

Your ability to taste and smell is improved.

15 years

Your risk of heart disease is nearly the same as someone who has never smoked.

72 hours

Breathing becomes easier. Your bronchial tubes begin to relax and your energy levels increase.

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