If you have chosen to stop smoking, you may still be deciding which method of smoking cessation will be most suitable for you. There is a range of options to choose from, including medications, nicotine replacement therapies and counselling.
There are currently two smoking cessation treatments available on prescription, and they are Champix and Zyban. Of the two, Champix is proven through clinical trials to be the most effective, with 70% of users successfully quitting after a 24 week course of treatment. Many people choose to use prescription medications because they help to control or even eliminate the withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking cessation and significantly increase your chances of being able to stop smoking permanently.
Some people may prefer not to use prescription medications and may instead choose nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). NRT options include nicotine gum, patches and inhalers. Though these options are popular, their success rate is not as high as prescription medications. However, those who use NRT methods are more likely to stop smoking successfully than those who opt for willpower alone. This is known as going "cold turkey" and involves stopping smoking immediately with no smoking cessation aids of any kind. Counselling is often beneficial to those attempting to stop smoking, whichever smoking cessation treatment they have chosen to employ. This can take the form of group therapy or individual sessions.
It is possible to buy the smoking cessation treatment Champix here at OnlineClinic, where you will benefit from an efficient and secure ordering and delivery process. All you need to do is complete a brief online consultation, at no obligation or cost to you, in order for our partner doctor to establish whether Champix will be a safe treatment for you. Provided this is the case, you will be issued with a prescription which will then be dispensed by our registered pharmacy. With our free overnight delivery service, you can expect to receive your smoking cessation treatment in just one working day.