chantix/champix

Hi all

I have been taking Chantix sense 4/14/14. At first I did not know if I should take it because of the side effects, but I am glad I did. At first, the Chantix mad me feel weird, but I got use to it. The dreams are weird, but I like them. It made me tired but not any more. I gradually lowered my cig intake. this past Saturday I only smoked 4, Sunday I smoked 1, and Monday I quite. I have not even thought of a cig in days. I have been smoke free for 4 days. with little thought of those little cancer sticks. :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:

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  • Well done mmings2 on your quit, and welcome to the forum. Glad your getting on with the champix and it's working for you, keep going bud, one day at a time in the early stage. You can do it.:)

  • if feel like I have beet this thing

  • Hi, a big warm welcome:)

    So pleased all is working well for you.:o:o:). Any probs get on here, loads of champix quitters, with great advice.

    Good luck with your quit, really start:cool:

    Look forward to your posts

  • Where are you based mm? Are you in the UK or further afield?

    And a big welcome to the forum from me by the way. Huge congratulations on your achievement. It sounds like you've really got this one under control. :)

  • Best of luck with your quit. Sounds like you've made a great start. :)

  • I am in the us skid

    jenny, my insurance pays for them

    I was with a friend today which smokes non-filter cigs. I took every thin in not to ask for a cig. I said, "DO NOT SMOKE, YOU COME TOO FAR TO GO BACK " , So I just ignored the feeling, I did it , beat the addiction this time. :cool: :cool:

  • Well done MM! :D

    How did you do over the weekend?

  • hello and welcome and congrats on ur quit just dig those heels in and u will be fine champix works really well but its not a miracle drug it still takes hard work but they definately help that hard work seem easier while starting out but then it gets easier i used champix twice first time gave me bad side efects so went off them tried them again a month later and not a single side effect but then i was also determined to quit and without that determination champix wont work but sounds like your there stay strong u can beat this if i can anyone can and it definately gets easier even when u hear stories like after 10 years people still get cravings its bs yes u can get slight urges but not cravings and they disappear in like 0.002 seconds

    cheers

    Two years, four months, one week, three days, 13 hours, 13 minutes and 57 seconds. 51753 cigarettes not smoked, saving $29,499.23. Life saved: 25 weeks, 4 days, 16 hours, 45 minutes.

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