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... The nausea is a little worse because the Chantix dosage is higher. You went from a 0. ... (27 replies)
... I see that you're going to quit smoking cold turkey. I highly reccomend reading "Minimizing Withdrawal Symptoms" that I put up in the post. It will really help with quitting. ... (30 replies)
... When I was on the Chantix, the first month I was so lethargic. I could barely put one foot in front of the other. But did you know that people that are not on Chantix feel exactly the same way? ... (16 replies)

... I am wondering the same things as you are. I had been on Chantix for 8 weeks. I smoked regularly through week 3 and then tapered down to one a day until 15 days ago.....went smoke free. Yipeee!!! ... (37 replies)
... Yes sir, it's called insomnia. It's a nicotine withdrawal symptom. It'll go away with time. ... (30 replies)
... However, the Chantix doesn't seem to last all day. Each pill seems to be effective for about 6 hours. ... (6 replies)
... head and headaches. Plenty of times I felt like smoking or administering nicotine any way I could just to numb the withdrawal symptoms, but they were just passing thoughts and not real craves. ... (17 replies)
... You are quite right about smoke smelling pretty bad while on Chantix. Smells just as bad when you get off of it. What's happening is the Chantix will not allow your brain to process the "Aaaahhh" feeling any more. ... (30 replies)
... anyway, i've tried the patch, inhaler, and gum. the patch worked well for me, it really quelled the withdrawal symptoms. ... (30 replies)
... To the best of my knowledge, cold turkey withdrawal symptoms can last at least a month with cravings gradually reducing for up to a year. Surely coming off Chantix completely at a very early stage is asking for trouble. My advice is to reduce the dose if side effects are a problem. ... (17 replies)
... smokefree days is fantastic Paula. I can remember when you were just starting out. It will soon be a month and that is a big milestone for withdrawal symptoms disappearing. After one month you start to feel that you might actually be able to enjoy life without cigarettes. ... (37 replies)
Chantix Help
May 24, 2007
... Hi all. I just heard about Chantix this morning. ... (1 replies)
... by providing some nicotine effects to ease the withdrawal symptoms and by blocking the effects of nicotine from cigarettes if they start smoking again. It is not anything like Wellbutrin. It is not nicotine replacement either. ... (30 replies)
... Since you have quit before, you kinda know what you are in for the first few days. Even with the Chantix, you will still have the withdrawal symptoms. The Chantix just makes it a little easier for you. ... (12 replies)
Tyring Chantix
Mar 5, 2007
... Hello, new to the board. I have been taking Chantix now for about 14 days. I did not stop after taking the medicine for 7 days as recommended. ... (15 replies)
... by providing some nicotine effects to ease the withdrawal symptoms and by blocking the effects of nicotine from cigarettes if they start smoking again. ... (13 replies)
... Sorry you aren't getting the sleep you need. It is probably from the Chantix, although sleep problems is also one of the nicotine withdrawal symptoms. If it continues, contact you doctor. See if you can get a mild sleep aid. ... (38 replies)
... Deadfish, Welcome to you!! 18 days smokefree.....wonderful accomplishment!! What weirdness are you talking about? How are you feeling? Here are the most common Chantix side effects: headache, sleep problems, insomnia, unusual dreams, nausea, stomach pain, indigestion, vomiting, constipation, gas, weakness, tired feeling, increased appitite, unpleasant taste in your... (36 replies)
... The nausea could very be from the withdrawal. It should be getting better in the next week or two. I read somewhere that the withdrawal symptoms last from one to three weeks, even though the nicotine is out of your system after 3 days. Then your body starts kinda screeming "I WANT IT BACK!! ... (36 replies)
... Thanks TrueBrit! Hee, now I feel like an old timer! I do feel like a non-smoker (99% of the time) and that is a wonderful feeling! Those 1% doubts from the nicodemon are far and few between and getting weaker and weaker (HA HA) with each passing day! (37 replies)




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