acetylcholine receptors

Smoking relapse is very common. In fact, it usually takes 7 attempts for an average smoker to finally quit smoking. What’s more, they could fall back to the habit even after several years of not lighting up with just one trigger. Post by Help To Quit Smoking.

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Zyban and Smoking: How deadly?

by Dr. Antonio Howell, MD

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Zyban was the first non-nicotine drug to be used to help people stop smoking. This drug contains chemical derivatives of a stimulant drug known as amphetamine and is also used as a drug to treat depression. It is said that cigarette smoking causes one out of six deaths by making smokers susceptible to many illnesses. […]

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So, what are the advantages of Chantix over Zyban? Here are 19 reasons that explain why Chantix is better than Zyban: 1. Chantix is Highly Selective for Nicotine Receptors Chantix is a medication that is known to partially block a certain subtype of the nicotine acetylcholine receptor known by the name alpha4beta2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. […]

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