... g to do this too and we will get thru this. If you can't exercise right now and have some time to read, I'd consider getting the book, "ALLEN CARR'S EASY WAY TO STOP SMOKING. I bought it on Amazon prior to beginning Chantix. ... (10 replies)
... Well today is day 9 on Chantix. I was supposed to stop yesterday but did smoke . I did smoke three cigs today, but I am trying to psyche myself into beating these urges.The urges were going strong. ... (0 replies)
... so ihave been on chantix for about 8 days i guess i missed as dose twice but it still is working i have like 2 cigs left and really dont care like its amazing but i feel so weird i dont know why like my mind is foggy and driving has been a lil frustrating but i guess thats norm my mom says stop taking it but it feels good not smoking (4 replies)
... sure, but I think my thought process is that Chantix will make or should have made me want to stop smoking by this time. I'm not blaming myself for anything and I feel good. I guess I'm expecting it to just kick in and Wham! I don't smoke anymore. ... (4 replies)
... i hadn't had a cigarette in nearly 3 days and im on week 2 and eveytime i take the first pill in the morning it makes me nausea and i do drink a diet drink with it how do i know when i need to quit taking this and will the urge to have one go away the first week of taking this ihad a few side affects dry mouth lost of appetite and i couldnt sleep but it got better the second... (0 replies)
... and I don't feel like it is helping with my cravings much. I still get urges to smoke that are so bad I have to stop what I'm doing to breathe and count. I think about cigarettes all day. ... (1 replies)
... I did stop smoking on champax but my husband continued to smoke in the house and around me so I was set up to fail once I completed the course. ... (1 replies)
... I have been taking Chantix 4 weeks now, I took my last pill today. Should I go get it refilled or try it on my own. Saturday will be 3 weeks I haven't had any cirgarettes. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, i'm a newbie but was wondering if anyone has info on how to stop taking chantix? ... (1 replies)
... I have read the horrible reviews on this product so would prefer to stop it asap but don't want to end up back smoking and have to start all over again. ... (0 replies)
... You must want to stop - Chantix will help but you still need to want to stop.
3 smokes a day is pretty good - how many did he smoke before?
If he suffers from depression he really shouldn't be taking Chantix. (1 replies)
... Don't worry if you haven't stopped yet, just keep taking the pills and you will stop soon. ... (3 replies)
... Oh a couple things I have noticed- my throat seems to burn a little when smoking and the tast has changed very mildly, definitely not near enough to want to stop :-/ (3 replies)
... on July 25th and I HAVE TO STOP SMOKING by then bc if the Dr finds out he won't do the surgery. Plus I waht to stop. ... (3 replies)
... Good luck to you... I have no idea what "champix" is though. Sounds like you are talking about a different drug. (8 replies)
... people for chronic insomnia, I still maintain that I would not have been able to stop smoking with the correct mindset, which I still have despite stopping the meds. ... (8 replies)
... I haven't taken the Chantix for 4 weeks now. ... (8 replies)
... I am in a similar position, i stopped smoking 10 days ago, been on the drug for 4 weeks, in week 5 now. I am experiencing bad fatigue and evening headaches, so i want to start weaning myself off in week 6..... i am on the maintenance packs now, so the 1mg, twice a day.
Did you stop? how did it go? (8 replies)
... Going on week number 3, and haven't smoked in 2 weeks. Feels good. Now I want to stop Chantix all together after the starter pack runs out (1 more week).
Anybody done this and been successful? I know most of you will probably tell me to just continue for the 12 weeks and not to risk it. Well it's a financial decision for me. My insurance for some reason doesn't even... (8 replies)
... o all and I hope you all succeed. It does make me proud to be conquering such a difficult addiction.......and I have had many other addictions that I have had to stop in my life, and sucessfully stopped them as well. But I consider smoking to be the hardest one to date. ... (13 replies)