Shantix

Were you looking for information about Chantix? Shantix is a common misspelling of Chantix.
 
Chantix™ is a medication that is prescribed to people who need help quitting smoking. While it does not contain nicotine, it binds to nicotine receptors in the brain to help decrease effects of nicotine withdrawal. The tablets should be taken every day for 12 weeks. Side effects may occur with the use of Chantix, including nausea, headache, insomnia, and abnormal dreams.
 
(Click Chantix for more information on how and when to take the drug, an explanation of how it works, and a list of other potential side effects that may occur.)
 
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