Chantix Side Effects

[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]During the development of Chantix, a study of side effects revealed:

Frequent:

* Anxiety,
* Depression,
* Emotional disorder,
* Irritability,
* Restlessness,
* Disturbance in attention (attention disorder),
* Dizziness,
* Sensory disturbance.

Infrequent:

* Aggression,
* Agitation,
* Disorientation,
* Dissociation,
* Libido decreased,
* Mood swings,
* Abnormal Thinking,
* Amnesia (memory loss),
* Migraine,
* Parosmia (disorder of sense of smell),
* Psychomotor hyperactivity (inability to be still),
* Restless legs syndrome (uncontrollable urges to move the lower limbs),
* Syncope (fainting),
* Tremor.

Rare:

* Bradyphrenia (slowing of thought processes),
* Euphoric mood (happy),
* Hallucination,
* Psychotic disorder,
* Suicidal ideation (thoughts about suicide),
* Balance disorder,
* Cerebrovascular accident (stroke),
* Convulsion,
* Dysarthria (motor speech disorder),
* Facial palsy (paralysis of facial muscles),
* Mental impairment,
* Multiple sclerosis,
* Nystagmus (involuntary eye movements),
* Psychomotor skills impaired,
* Transient ischemic attack (mini stroke),
* Visual field defect (partial vision loss).

Source: http://media.pfizer.com/files/products/uspi_chantix.pdf

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