How long does it take nicotine to get out of your system after you quit smoking?
Twenty-four hours. Then the withdrawal starts, which is the hard part to deal with.
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Its halflife is about 1-2 hours in aerosol form, so it’s mostly out of the system in under 24 hours.
After three days it gets easier. Much easier.
You could try my method, which involved getting deathly ill right after quitting. If you’re running a 100-degree fever and producing snot by the gallon, you don’t have much time to think about smoking.
I recommend nicotine gum to ease the cravings. Although, I may be hooked on the gum now.
The gum works! I’ve only been chewing it for 16 years.