Champix tablets for stopping smoking are a popular and successful aid in trying to quit smoking. We have long known smoking can cause horrendous disease, from lung cancer, to other sever respiratory disorders. As the understading of these effects has increase, thanfully more and more people are looking to stop smoking. Champix works on nicotine receptors in your brain and in doing so it lessens your cravings for cigarettes, whilst also reducing the pleasure derived from smoking.
If you would like to buy Champix, our online doctor can help. Just fill out our online assessment, select your treatment option, and we will then assess it’s suitability for you. Once approved by our doctor, the pharmacy team will dispense your medication, and post to your address. You can read more about Vaernicline here. Before you decide to buy stop smoking tablets, it is important you read the Champix Patient Information Leaflet (PIL)
Stop Smoking Treatment Options
|Codeine Phosphate||Co-codamol/ Kapake/ Solpadol/Zapain||Co-dydramol||Dihydrocodeine|
|Pack Sizes||28, 100, 200 tablets||100, 200 tablets||100, 200 tablets||28, 100 tablets|
|Strength||15mg + 30mg||30/500mg||10/500mg||30mg|
|Active Ingredient||Codeine||Paracetamol + Codeine||Paracetamol + Dihydrocodeine||Dihydrocodeine|
|Dosage||1 or 2 tablets per dose||1 or 2 tablets per dose||1 or 2 tablets per dose||1 tablet per dose|
Firstly you should decide on a date in the second week of treatment, to stop smoking. You will then take one Champix tablet daily for three days, before increasing your dose to two tablets. Instructions will also be printed on the pack you receive from our pharmacy. How Does Champix Work? Champix (Varenicline) helps relieve cravings and withdrawals which often occur when you stop smoking. It does this by blocking Nicotine receptor sites, that Nicotine in cigarettes would usually act on. Champix does not contain nicotine, it only act’s on the same receptors as it. Trials have shown that Varenicline helps people to be three times more likely to quit, then people who try to quit without any assistance.