Employees At Sandia National Laboratories Quit Smoking With the Help Of Chantix
February 20, 2007
After the implementation of no tobacco policy at Sandia National Laboratories from Ist March, some of the workers employed there procured the quit smoking medication Chantix and got rid of smoking addiction.
Henry Muller, an employee and Eydi Johnson, a special project operator at Sandia didn't want to induce smoking cessation initially but when a newly implemented regulation forced them to curb on their nicotine cravings, they opted for the anti-smoking agent Chantix.
A continuous smoker for 30 years, Henry Muller took counseling and medical help in order to quit smoking before the approaching deadline. Similarly, another smoker Eydi Johnson, who smoked half a pack of cigarettes for 15 years, got hold of Chantix on 19 th January and escaped from her nicotine cravings successfully.