I would like to know how this medication has effected any one who has used it for smoking cessation?? I tried Chantrix and to say it had a negative affect on my mental state would be an under statement,it other wise worked well, unfortunately I felt murderous.View Thread
Your lungs are in the process of expelling all the gook that has accumulated keep on working out and do lots of cardio.The body like your brain will slowly readjust it does take time.You need to keep in mind that long term drug use changes the ability of the brain to produce neurotransmitters and after quitting has to again ramp up production.You will go thru periods of depression,anxiety and a host of other uncomfortable feelings.I hope you are in a program so that you get proper help the relapse rate is quite high and do not think it is a matter of will power,staying clean alone will limit your ability to stay clean.Good Luck!! You are on the right trackView Thread
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