Champix

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Champix (Varenicline) is a medicine intended for treating nicotine addiction. Although it doesn’t contain nicotine, it effectively reduces tobacco cravings and decreases pleasurable effects of cigarettes. It is available in tablet form and is taken twice daily for at least 12 weeks, at this, smoking can be continued during the first week of treatment.
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What is Champix?
Champix is a drug used by those who want to quit smoking. Its history actually goes back to World War 2. During this difficult time when many soldiers faced shortages of supplies and products like cigarettes, they found an alternative to sate their smoking habit in a yellow plant called Cytisus. Decades later, the researchers at Pfizer decided to determine whether a drug based on Cytisus could be made as a substitute and cure for cigarettes. Their work was successful and the medication was approved by the FDA in 2006. Champix works by stimulating nicotine receptors in the body, satisfying cravings without actually introducing nicotine and its harmful effects.

What are the indications for using Champix?
Champix does not cure an illness, but it does help patients rid themselves of nicotine dependency caused by smoking. This very dangerous habit harms the body in several significant ways. Symptoms of this dependency include lung and heart problems, physical and psychological cravings, anxiety, depression, anger, and insomnia. However, the most dangerous aspect of Champix is the long-term risks to health it introduces, including various cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, infertility, impotence, eye problems, and teeth disease.

What is the dosage of Champix?
Champix is supplied in 0.5mg and 1mg tablets, which should be taken orally. The first week of treatment demands a daily dose of 0.5mg, and after this period, dosage should be increased up to 1 mg. For the best probability of success, patients should set a date to quit smoking and begin taking the drug one week before this day. Most treatments will last twelve weeks, but some patients may need a repeated course of treatment. Champix should be taken after eating and with a drink of water.

What are the contraindications for using Champix?
Champix should not be taken by pregnant or nursing women, children, and anyone allergic to Champix or its active ingredients. Champix can also be dangerous to patients with mental illness or psychiatric disorders. The drugs Champix is known to interact with include Famotidine, Vandetanib, Ranitidine, Tobramycin, and Dichlorphenamide. Champix should not be taken with alcoholic drinks.

What are the adverse effects of Champix?
Common side effects include nausea, insomnia, and headache. Patients who experience other significant effects, distressed psychological states or severe reactions should get urgent medical care.