I want to cut down on smoking.
I would like to not smoke when I get out of the shower until my hair dries. It often takes two to three hours for my hair to dry after I shower. I understand that wet hair especially absorbs the stink of smoke.
I found that E-cigarettes did not really control the cravings for the two to three hours I wished to abstain from smoking after I showered.
My family doctor prescribed lozenges for me. Last time after I showered, I sucked on a lozenge for two hours and didn’t smoke.
PS My family doctor said he couldn’t remember which lozenge to prescribe to get my insurance to pay for it. He said if the insurance doesn’t pay for it, have your pharmacist contact me as to which one I should use.
The prescription went to the pharmacist from the doctor’s office, so I waited three hours and called. Erol the pharmacist came to the phone and said, “Yes, your insurance covered the lozenges.” When I went to pick them up, they asked me for $3.65. Because I haven’t had a copay for months, I asked about that. Erol said, “Well, usually both your insurances pay for your scripts, but on this particular one, only one of them paid.” I wanted to ask, “Is this the best I can do?” but the social interaction with the pharmacist is difficult for me. I gather to a guy making $50 an hour my $3.65 doesn’t matter to him. Incidentally, I have eleven refills on this script