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Champix is the most effective treatment to help you kick the habit.

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At Menschem we provide a secure and discreet service at very competitive online prices for smoking cessation products. We offer a prescription treatment for Champix for men who wish to stop smoking. Champix work by inhibiting the effects of nicotine in the body, which in turn reduces the addiction to nicotine.

Useful Information

The team of experts at Menschem have put together some useful information and the answers to frequently asked questions.

How effective is the treatment?

Champix is the most effective method of giving up smoking. It has shown in studies, that after 12 weeks of treatment; 44% of those who completed the treatment had stopped smoking. This is three times more effective than giving up smoking with no help.

What are the common side effects of Champix?

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Giving up smoking with or without treatment can cause various symptoms. These could include changes of mood (like feeling depressed, irritable, frustrated or anxious), sleeplessness, difficulty concentrating, decreased heart rate or increased appetite or weight gain.

You should be aware of the possible emergence of serious neuropsychiatric symptoms, such as agitation, depressed mood, or changes in behaviour during a quit attempt with or without CHAMPIX. You should contact a doctor or pharmacist if you experience such symptoms.

Serious side effects of either an uncommon or rare frequency have occurred in people attempting to quit smoking with CHAMPIX: seizure, stroke, heart attack, suicidal thoughts, loss of contact with reality and being unable to think or judge clearly (psychosis), changes in thinking or behaviour (such as aggression and abnormal behaviour). There have also been reports of severe skin reactions including Erythema Multiforme (a type of rash) and Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (a serious illness with blistering of the skin, mouth, around the eyes or genitals) and serious allergic reactions including angioedema (swelling of the face, mouth, or throat).

Very common side effects which may affect more than 1 in 10 people include; inflammation of the nose and throat, abnormal dreams, difficulty sleeping, headache and nausea. For a full list of side effects, please click here to read the Patient Information leaflet.

How do I take Champix?

It is very important to take Champix as prescribed. They are packaged in a way to allow you to slowly increase the dose to ensure you take the tablets correctly.

Week 1 / Day 1 – 3

From day 1 to day 3, you should take one white CHAMPIX 0.5 mg film-coated tablet once a day.

Day 4 – 7

From day 4 to day 7, you should take one white CHAMPIX 0.5 mg film-coated tablet twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening, at about the same time each day.

Week 2 / Day 8 – 14 
From day 8 to day 14, you should take one light blue CHAMPIX 1 mg film-coated tablet twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening, at about the same time each day.

Weeks 3 – 12  / Day 15 – 84 (end of treatment)

From day 15 until the end of treatment, you should take one light blue CHAMPIX 1 mg film-coated tablet twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening, at about the same time each day.

How will I be supplied with Champix?

You will initially be issued with a starting dose of Champix. Then you will be contacted to ensure you are getting along with the medication. You will then be issued with further 14-28 day supplies until the end of your treatment. You will be contacted by us throughout your treatment. It is important you stay in contact with us, and you order your medication on time, or your treatment may be stopped and you may not benefit fully from Champix.

What if the treatment doesn't work?

If Champix does not work please contact your local GP.

For more information feel free to contact us at info@menschem.co.uk

Where can I get more information?
If you require more information about a certain treatment area you can contact us, go to your GP or visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stop-smoking-treatments/