Champix 1 mg
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Champix is a medication used to help people quit smoking. It is used along with behaviour modification and counselling support to eliminate nicotine dependence which is the most dangerous chemical substance found in cigarettes and other tobacco-based smoking products.
Before using Champix 1 mg, inform your doctor if you have any disease of the heart, circulatory problems, kidney disease, or an episode of depression or mental illness. There are a couple of ways to use this medication. Consult your doctor about the best way for you. To have the greatest chance of quitting your smoking habit, ensure that you quit it on your planned quit date.
After you stop smoking, doses of any medications which you may be using at that time may need an adjustment. Let your doctor know of all your present medications, especially insulin, asthma medications, or blood thinners.
Immediately stop using Varenicline and notify your doctor if you witness any mood or behaviour changes, confusion, anxiety, panic attacks, hallucinations, or if you feel fearful, impulsive, agitated, aggressive, restless, hostile, depressed, hyperactivity (physically or mentally), or have suicidal thoughts or that of hurting yourself. Varenicline may also impact your thinking capability and reflexes. Until you know the working and the whole process of Champix in helping you quit smoking, take extra precautions and be more careful while driving or activities which require much attention and alertness. You may also have mood or behaviour changes when you quit smoking.
Immediately stop using Champix and notify your doctor if you witness any mood or behaviour changes, confusion, anxiety, panic attacks, hallucinations, or if you feel fearful, impulsive, agitated, aggressive, restless, hostile, depressed, hyperactivity (physically or mentally), or have suicidal thoughts or that of hurting yourself. Other side effects of Varenicline are angina (chest pain) or pressure; constricting feeling in the neck or jaw; pain spreading to your arm or shoulder; vomiting; sweating; general ill feeling; feeling light-headed or short of breath; unexpected numbness or weakness; especially on one side of the body; sudden severe headache; confusion, vision, speech or balance problems; or insomnia.
Take Champix 1 mg precisely as advised by your doctor. Do not change the course of the medication in any way. Varenicline comes with patient instructions. Follow them carefully. Do not hesitate to contact your doctor or pharmacist in case you have any doubts.
There are two ways in which you can use Varenicline. Consult your doctor which of these methods is the best fit for you: 1>Decide a date on which you want to stop smoking and begin taking Varenicline a week before that date. This will permit the drug to accumulate in your body. You may also begin this course even before you decide on a planned smoking quit date. Once you start taking this medication, pick a quit date that lays between 8 days to 35 days after you start your ‘quit smoking’ program. To have the best shot at completely quitting your smoking habit, ensure that you quit smoking on your planned quit date.
Take Champix after having a meal with a glass of water. Your dose will be low initially when you start your treatment but increase gradually over several days of the treatment. Stick to the dosage which your doctor has advised, very accurately.
Normally in most cases, Varenicline treatment extends for about 12 weeks. Your doctor may advise another 12-week course to improve your chance of quitting smoking for the long term.