Chantix Helps Nurse To Quit Smoking
March 22, 2007
After trying out anti-depressant, nicotine patches, hypnotism and several other anti-smoking measures when a Terre Haute nurse Valerie Stines couldn't get rid of smoking addiction, she finally got hold of the FDA approved anti-smoking drug Chantix and induced smoking cessation .
On her smoking excursion, Valerie Stines, who worked at AP&S Clinic, comments that she was a smoker for the last 15 years and during that time had stopped smoking only when she was pregnant. When she was busy doing laundry and various other household tasks, she couldn't smoke for a while but as soon as these tasks were finished, she would move around in her car with a cigarette in her hand.
Recommending Chantix for smokers, she says that after she had quit smoking with the drug, cigarettes yielded a horrible taste on her tongue. Alongside she mentions that after continuing with Chantix for a while; she had once again picked up the habit of cigarette smoking but soon threw the cigarette packet out as it tasted very bad.