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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. Post by Antonio R. Howell.

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Dizziness or Lightheadedness. Blurred Vision. Abnormal Dreams or Vivid Dreams. Headaches. Redness, Itching, Swelling or Burning at the Application Site. Nervousness. Sweating. Trouble Sleeping. Fast Or Irregular Heartbeat. Nausea. Stomach Pain Or Vomiting. Severe Allergic Reactions (Rash; Hives; Itching; Difficulty Breathing; Tightness In The Chest; Swelling Of The Mouth, Face, Lips, Or Tongue) – If […]

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Amy has left a new comment on your post “CAN CHANTIX CAUSE ANGER ISSUES?”: I took Chantix for a month and was able to quit smoking during week 2. I stopped taking Chantix a few days after I quit smoking because I found myself getting really angry and lashing out at my husband and children. […]

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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “Psychiatric Disorders Reported on Chantix“: I am so thankful to have found this site!!!! My friend is going through hell and I have been suspecting this drug. When she started talking about trying it I brought up “Zyban”. I reminded my friend that she had a […]

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This is the top (or very close to the top) question I get from readers regarding Chantix. The first piece of information you need to know is what is the half-life of Chantix? A half-life is the amount of time it takes your body to eliminate one half of a substance. For example if “drug […]

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