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Lozenges

Lozenges are designed to soothe your throat, help reduce your cold symptoms or assist in quitting smoking. These lozenges come in a variety of flavors, giving you a tasty way to combat your cold.

Choosing the right lozenges

There are several different types of throat lozenges available. Before choosing the one for you, be sure to note your symptoms and what you need the lozenge for. The most common type of lozenge found are those used to combat various cold symptoms. Cold lozenges are made to cut down on the length and severity of your cold. For those with a sore throat, throat lozenges feature a numbing agent that will help cut down on any discomfort you may be feeling. If you have a nasty cough, cough lozenges feature soothing vapors that will help open up your nasal passages. Finally, nicotine lozenges are great for someone looking to quit smoking. These lozenges come in a variety of flavors including cherry and eucalyptus.

Taking your lozenge

Before taking your lozenges, be sure to read the instructions to know how many to take. The dosage will vary based on the type of lozenge you're taking. By taking your cold, throat or cough lozenge on a regular basis, you should see a decrease in symptoms. If you're using nicotine lozenges, understand that the dosage will vary based on how far along you are in quitting your habit. If you have any other questions or concerns on taking lozenges, be sure to consult your doctor.

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