Woman Quits Smoking With The Help Of Chantix
April 9, 2007
A woman, Jo Ann Ritch who was a continuous smoker for 45 years, recently induced smoking cessation with the help of the FDA approved quit smoking medicine Chantix.
As she quit smoking after taking Chantix for five continuous days, Ritch, 61, of St. Clair Shores calls Chantix a wonder drug and pronounces that Chantix brings fresh expectations for thousands of smoking addicted people who have been unsuccessful in getting rid of nicotine dependence
Further, it has been known that the employers are charging smokers extra money for health insurance costs along with the rise in cigarette prices and other factors like the ban of smoking in cities and countries as well as the insistence on smoking free campuses by business organizations have made it a necessity for smokers to get rid of nicotine dependence. And at such a crucial stage, the grant of FDA approval to Chantix and its easy availability in the market has opened the doors for smokers to get hold of Chantix and induce smoking cessation.
Taking into account the superb effects of Chantix on Jo Ann Ritch and other Detroit smokers in inducing smoking cessation, the local doctors and coordinators of stop-smoking program at Detroit have declared Chantix a winner in quit smoking .