If you have tried several methods to quit smoking but failed, you may consider using Chantix. This drug works differently from other smoking cessation treatments. According to the manufacturer, this quit smoking aid has a success rate of 44 percent.
Chantix is a prescription medication provided to people who are trying to quit. The drug works by blocking the nicotine receptors in the brain so the person taking it doesn’t experience craving. Clinical trials show that people who use Chantix have 44 percent success rate in just 12 weeks.
Chantix is one of the most effective smoking cessation treatments available today. Unlike conventional methods, it does not involve the use of nicotine to suppress cravings. Instead, it blocks the nicotine receptors in the brain so the smoker finds tobacco less pleasurable.
If you find it hard to quit smoking naturally, you may want to consider taking prescription medications like Chantix. Unlike the popular nicotine replacement therapy, this drug does not contain the addictive substance which hooks you more into the habit of smoking.
Varenicline tartrate, commonly known as Chantix is a medication that is developed to help people quit smoking. Unlike other smoking cessation treatments, Chantix works differently. There have been many rumours about this drug – some good, some bad. It’s time that you learn the real facts about this seemingly controversial medication.
Based on the two large-scale studies sponsored by the DFA, smokers trying to quit using Chantix or varenicline are no more likely to be hospitalized for psychiatric symptoms than those who use nicotine patches.
Most smoking cessation drugs contain nicotine to maintain the body’s supply of such addictive substance while withdrawing from smoking. The famous nicotine patch for instance, replaces one’s source of nicotine so that even though he doesn’t smoke, the craving is sustained. Chantix (varenicline) on the other hand, works differently. It’s a non-nicotine pill that is […]
Chantix is a medicine prescribed to help adults forgo smoking. For a long time, it has been proven effective to help smokers cease their smoking habits and prevent heart diseases, lung diseases and other smoking related illnesses. However, aside from its medicinal benefits, it is also a fact that this medicine may cause adverse effects […]
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “CAN CHANTIX CAUSE ANGER ISSUES?”: I had to stop taking Chantix after 4 weeks. The pill helped and I was able to successfully stop smoking after taking the pill for 3 days. I have been smoke free for 60 days. The problem I have is anger. […]
Mz Diva has left a new comment on your post “QUIT SMOKING INITIATIVES STILL GOING STRONG?”: Dr. Howell, I was so glad to see you stop by my blog….I really love reading yours and can’t wait to read some of these posts! (I have been kinda busy lately) I remember when I was in London….I […]