Chantex

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Chantix™ is a medicine that is prescribed to help people stop smoking. By binding to nicotine receptors in the body, the drug can prevent some of the pleasurable effects of smoking and decrease effects of nicotine withdrawal. The tablets are taken once or twice a day for a 12-week period. Potential side effects of Chantix include nausea, headache, abnormal dreams, and insomnia.
 
Tell your healthcare provider if you have kidney disease or any allergies before taking Chantix. Also, make sure to tell your healthcare provider if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, and find out how stopping smoking can affect the way your body handles other medications. Understanding these and other warnings and precautions before taking Chantix can help ensure a safe treatment process.
 
(Click Chantix for more information on when and how to take this drug, how it works to curb your body's nicotine cravings, and what you should know before starting treatment. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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