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Champix is a nicotine-free stop smoking treatment made from plant extracts. The active ingredient within it is varenicline and this works by making smoking less pleasurable. It also helps to relieve withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
Champix can significantly increase your chances of giving up smoking. Research suggests that people who take this treatment are over three times more likely to be successful than individuals who attempt to quit without assistance. This medication can also make the process of giving up cigarettes less stressful. If you succeed in quitting the habit, you can experience a wide range of health benefits.
If you complete an online consultation on our website, our medical professionals will be able to recommend the most suitable dosage for you. Detailed instructions are also provided with the treatment and you can ask your doctor for further guidance.
Treatment courses for Champix generally last for three months (12 weeks) and after finishing an initiation pack, you can move to a continuation pack. Carrying on with treatment in this way can reduce the risk that you will start smoking again. Bear in mind that while taking these tablets, you may still feel an urge to smoke. This means you will need to make an effort to stay away from cigarettes. However, if you do find that your will power fails and you have a ‘slip’, smoking should feel less pleasurable.
Champix prevents nicotine from binding to the receptors in your brain that provide a pleasurable response when you smoke. This makes nicotine less rewarding. The medicine also stimulates these brain receptors in a similar way to nicotine, helping to reduce your cravings and limiting the irritability and bad moods you may get when you quit smoking.
As with most medicines, there are a number of potential side effects to be aware of if you start taking this treatment. The most common include nausea, headaches, changes in dreams, problems sleeping, tiredness, an increased appetite, altered taste sensation and dizziness. In rare cases, more serious side effects may be experienced, including changes in behaviour and hallucinations. To find out more about these issues, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experts. We are on hand to give you any extra information and advice that you may require.
Content reviewed 06 April 2020, Last updated 06 April 2020
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