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Scottish Health Survey 2014 - volume 1: main report

Presents results for the Scottish Health Survey 2014, providing information on the health and factors relating to health of people living in Scotland.

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Table 3.7 Products to support quit attempts, 2014, by age and sex

Smokers who have attempted to quit and
recent ex-smokers (<1 year) aged 18 and overa
2014
NRT products / e-cigarettes
used in past 3 months
Age Total
18-44 45-64 65+
  % % % %
Men
Nicotine gum 16 20 11 17
Nicotine patches on skin 31 37 34 34
Nasal spray / nicotine inhaler 9 7 8 8
Lozenge / microtab 4 9 6 7
Champix / Varenicline 6 8 3 7
Zyban / Bupropion - 4 - 2
E-cigarette 38 30 14 32
Other 5 1 2 3
Any product used 61 64 41 60
No products used 39 36 59 40
Women
Nicotine gum 20 13 17 17
Nicotine patches on skin 40 38 37 39
Nasal spray / nicotine inhaler 9 10 10 10
Lozenge / microtab 5 8 8 7
Champix / Varenicline 7 7 7 7
Zyban / Bupropion 2 3 4 3
E-cigarette 33 37 17 33
Other 3 1 0 2
Any product used 66 72 58 67
No products used 34 28 42 33
All adults
Nicotine gum 18 17 14 17
Nicotine patches on skin 36 38 35 36
Nasal spray / nicotine inhaler 9 8 9 9
Lozenge / microtab 5 9 7 7
Champix / Varenicline 6 8 5 7
Zyban / Bupropion 1 3 2 2
E-cigarette 35 34 16 32
Other 4 1 1 2
Any product used 64 68 50 64
No products used 36 32 50 36
Bases (weighted):
Men 185 191 50 425
Women 231 189 60 480
All adults 416 380 109 905
Bases (unweighted):
Men 151 173 62 386
Women 223 184 80 487
All adults 374 357 142 873

a These questions were not asked in the self-completion for adults aged 16-17

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