Champix 1

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  • Generic:Varenicline
  • Indication:Quitting Smoking
  • Manufacturer:Pfizer India Ltd
  • Packaging:28 tablets in 1 box
  • Strength:1mg
  • Delivery Time:6 To 15 Days
  • Availability:In Stock

It is possible to quit smoking with the help of Champix 1mg Tablet. It works by decreasing the desire to smoke and the irritated feeling that arises when you stop smoking. It works by interfering with the nicotine's action on the brain, which reduces the pleasure derived from smoking as well as the desire to smoke.

Champix 1mg Tablets may be taken with or without meals, and it is best if they are taken at the same time daily. Take it in the amount and for the duration recommended by your doctor. If you have forgotten to take a dose, do so as soon as you remember. Do not miss any doses and make sure to complete the entire course of medication. You should never discontinue using this medication without first consulting your doctor. It is not recommended that you discontinue taking this medicine without first consulting your doctor.

Nausea, headache, insomnia (difficulty sleeping), odd nightmares, and nasopharyngitis are some of the most prevalent side effects associated with using this medicine (inflammation of the throat and nasal passages). For the first few days, it may also produce dizziness and tiredness, so avoid driving or doing anything else that demands mental concentration until you have a better understanding of how this medication affects you.

Before taking Champix 1mg Tablet, tell your doctor if you have a history of heart problems, fits (seizures), or any other mental illnesses that require medication. It is important to remember that quitting smoking will take time, support, willpower, and determination. It should be used in conjunction with other smoking cessation initiatives, such as education, counselling, and support, to help people quit smoking. Quitting smoking lowers the risk of having other health-related problems such as heart disease or lung disease, as well as certain types of cancer, in the future.