Champix (Varenicline) Tablets
£47.99 – £257.99
- Greatly Increases Your Chances Of Quitting Smoking
- Active Ingredient: Varenicline
- Blocks Nicotine Receptors
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- Includes Free Prescription
Champix is a prescription-only medicine that works by blocking the Nicotine receptors which helps to relieve cravings. Unlike most stop-smoking aids, Champix tablets do not contain any Nicotine, making this a popular and effective treatment for people who want to stop smoking.
|2 Week starter pack | 2 Week starter pack||£47.99||In Stock|
|1mg | 4 Weeks Supply (56 Tablets)||£77.99||In Stock|
|1mg | 8 Week Supply (112 Tablets)||£167.99||In Stock|
|1mg | 12 Week Supply (168 Tablets)||£257.99||In Stock|
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Champix Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Champix Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Champix side effects, especially if any of them are getting worse after taking it, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Champix Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Champix starter pack. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
- Inflammation of the nose and throat, abnormal dreams, difficulty sleeping, headache
- Chest infection, sinus inflammation
- Increased weight, decreased appetite, increased appetite
- Sleepiness, dizziness, changes in the way things taste
- Shortness of breath, cough
- Skin rash, itching
- Fungal infection, viral infection
- Seizure, tremor, feeling sluggish, less sensitive to touch
- Conjunctivitis, eye pain
- Ringing in the ears
- Angina, rapid heart rate, palpitations, increased heart rate
- Excessive thirst
- Feeling unwell or unhappy
- Feeling cold, cysts
- Blood in vomit, abnormal stools, coated tongue
‘A smoker for 30 years and decided to try Champix after several failed attempts at quitting, three days into course I hated the taste of smoking. That was 14 months ago, take Champix with food to stop the sick feeling, don’t give up give them a chance, they work.’
‘Smoked for 20 years, tried gums, patches, hypnotised etc. No Joy. Took Champix, and on day 12 just effortlessly stopped. Minor side effects where a bit of muscle tension, a few minutes of nausea each day, and for the early weeks felt a tiny bit vacant in my mind (probably withdrawal) Stopped Champix after 12 weeks, and have now been smoke free for 7 months. It’s been really easy, but always be ready to say ‘no’ whenever the opportunity arises to smoke. just gutted I never did it earlier.’
Champix dose should be taken as directed by your doctor. If you are unsure about your Champix dose, check with your doctor or pharmacist if you’re unsure.
Before starting your Champix dose you should be decide on a date for the second week of treatment when you will stop smoking. This date should be written on the pack as a reminder.
Champix comes as a white tablet that contains 0.5mg and a light blue tablet that contains 1mg. The majority of people usually start with the white tablet and eventually move onto the light blue. The instructions below should be followed from day one.
From day one to three, you should take one white Champix 0.5 mg coated tablet a day.
From day four to seven, you should take one white Champix 0.5 mg coated tablet twice daily, one in the morning and one at night, at about the same time each day.
From day eight till day fourteen, you should take one light blue Champix 1 mg coated tablet twice a day, one in the morning and once at night, at about the same time each day.
Weeks 3 – 12
(Day 15 – to end of treatment)
From day 15 until the end of the treatment, you should take one light blue Champix 1 mg coated tablet twice a day, one in the morning and one at night, at about the same time each day.
Champix price varies depending on the length of treatment. My Pharmacy is the best place to buy Champix tablets with competitive pricing.
We currently offer the following Champix price –
2 week starter pack, £47.99
4 week supply Champix tablets 1mg, £77.99
8 week supply Champix tablets 1mg, £167.99
12 week supply Champix tablets 1mg, £257.99
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Champix Stop Smoking
Champix stop smoking is achieved by using the treatment for 12 weeks. During those 12 weeks the champix tablets relieve any craving or withdrawal symptoms associated with stopping smoking.
This can be achieved because of the active ingredient contained within Champix tablets called Varenicline. It both reduces the effects of craving and decreases the pleasurable effects of cigarettes and other Tabaco products.
Using Champix stop smoking, research has shown that prescriptions tablets such as Champix can double the chances of a person quitting.
How Does Champix Work
We are often asked the question ‘How does Champix work?’
Champix works because it contains the active ingredient varenicline, causing your body not to feel the addictive effects of nicotine.
Once cigarette smoke is inhaled, there are receptors in the brain and the nicotine attaches to them. This then causes the brain to release a chemical called dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that gives a feeling of pleasure which only lasts for a short period of time. The body will then want to repeat the feeling, causing a person to carry on doing what caused it in the first place, i.e. smoking in this case.
For more information about ‘How does Champix work’ and other stop smoking treatments; NHS Stop smoking treatments.
Further questions about Champix and How does Champix work can be asked via our email.
Champix and Alcohol
Champix and Alcohol should be carefully administered. There have been reports that the feeling of being drunk can be increased when taking Champix and alcohol.
Changes in mood, thinking and behaviour can also be caused by taking Champix and alcohol together. Behaviour such as anxiety, panic, aggression, anger, mania, hallucinations, paranoia or confusion.
If you are unsure about the effects of taking Champix and alcohol together or unsure about how it may affect you, talk with your doctor beforehand.
Champix Starter Kit
Champix starter kit contains 2 week or 4 weeks’ worth of treatment. This is because a lower dose of Champix should be taken during the first week of treatment. Each tablet is labelled clearly with each day of the week.
Once you have your Champix starter kit, you’ll start the first three days taking only 0.5mg once a day, but that will increase on the fourth day to 0.5mg twice a day until the second week, where you’ll take 1mg twice a day until the end of the treatment.
The dose of your Champix starter kit may change however, depending on how tolerant you are towards to adverse side effects or if you have kidney problems. This should be discussed with your doctor when deciding what dose is best for you.
Champix and Anxiety
Champix and anxiety can be one of the side effects experienced when taking Champix. If you experience any anxiety after or during taking Champix tablets you should go to hospital immediately.
Following Champix and anxiety, other behavioural changes may occur during or after the treatment such as panic, aggressions and hallucinations.
Whilst taking Champix and alcohol, any anxiety or other side effects can be increased. Champix and anxiety are serious and treatment should be stopped immediately if someone experiences it.
Champix and Nicotine Patches Together
Champix and Nicotine patches together can be taken and safely used when using varenicline (Champix) and may increase the chances of quitting. Taking champix and nicotine patches together however, should be done under the supervision of your healthcare provider.
If the cravings continue when taking the starting dose of Champix, you should then consult with your doctor about adding a nicotine replacement therapy patch.
Do not take Champix and Nicotine Patches together before consulting with your healthcare provider.
How to Use Champix Starter Pack
For further instructions on how to use Champix starter pack refer to the patient information leaflet contained within the packet.
This is a general overview and should not be taken as a complete guide on How to use Champix starter pack.
Start the first three days taking only 0.5mg once a day, increasing the dose on the fourth day to 0.5mg twice a day until the second week, then you’ll take 1mg twice a day until the end of the treatment.
Can Champix Make You Tired
Can champix make you tired? Yes, sleepy, dizzy and having trouble concentrating are some of the side effects associated with taking Champix tablets. These side effects can increase when taking alcohol.
The question, ‘can champix make you tired’ should be directed to your doctor. Every person is different and side effects can occur with some people and others not.
Champix Withdrawal Side Effects
Champix withdrawal side effects can vary person to person. One of the most common is the continued craving for nicotine, even after the treatment has finished. This will eventually become easier and easier, as long as you stay smoke-free.
Some other champix withdrawal side effects include –
- The urge to continue smoking returns
- Difficulty sleeping
These champix withdrawal side effects can be lessened by slowly stopping the treatment rather than abruptly finishing it.
My Pharmacy UK at this moment in time does not offer any other prescription Champix alternative. We may stock some Champix alternative in the future.
For people who suffer from asthma and smoke, we offer a wide range of inhalers, including –
When you smoke, the poisons from the tar in your cigarettes enter your blood. Making your blood thicker, and increase chances of clot formation, Increasing your blood pressure and heart rate.
Narrowing your arteries, reducing the amount of oxygen rich blood circulating to your organs.
Together, these changes can cause a heart attack or stroke.
Smoking damages your heart and your blood circulation, increasing the risk of conditions such as coronary heart disease, heart attack, stroke, peripheral vascular disease (damaged blood vessels) and cerebrovascular disease (damaged arteries that supply blood to your brain).
Smokers have an increased chance of getting stomach cancer or ulcers. Smoking can weaken the muscle in the stomach and cause acid reflux.
Smoking is a significant risk factor for developing kidney cancer, and the more you smoke the greater the risk.
Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen that gets to your skin. This means that if you smoke, your skin ages more quickly and looks grey and dull.
The good news is that once you stop smoking, you will prevent further deterioration to your skin caused by smoking.
Smoking can cause your bones to become weak and brittle. Women need to be especially careful as they are more likely to suffer from brittle bones (osteoporosis) than non-smokers.
If you smoke, you are more likely to have a stroke than someone who doesn’t smoke.
In fact, smoking increases your risk of having a stroke by at least 50%, which can cause brain damage and death. And, by smoking, you double your risk of dying from a stroke.
The good news is that within two years of stopping smoking, your risk of stroke is reduced to half that of a non-smoker and within five years it will be the same as a non-smoker.
Your lungs can be very badly affected by smoking. Coughs, colds, wheezing and asthma are just the start. Smoking can cause fatal diseases such as pneumonia, emphysema and lung cancer. Smoking causes 84% of deaths from lung cancer and 83% of deaths from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Mouth and throat
Smoking causes unattractive problems such as bad breath and stained teeth, and can also cause gum disease and damage your sense of taste.
The most serious damage smoking causes in your mouth and throat is an increased risk of cancer in your lips, tongue, throat, voice box and gullet (oesophagus). More than 93% of oropharyngeal cancers (cancer in part of the throat) are caused by smoking.
Reproduction and fertility
Smoking can cause male impotence, as it damages the blood vessels that supply blood to the penis. It can also damage sperm, reduce sperm count and cause testicular cancer. Up to 120,000 men from the UK in their 20s and 30s are impotent as a direct result of smoking, and men who smoke have a lower sperm count than those who are non-smokers.
For women, smoking can reduce fertility. One study found that smokers were over three times more likely than non-smokers to have taken more than one year to conceive. The study estimated that the fertility of smoking women was 72% that of non-smokers.
Smoking also increases your risk of cervical cancer. People who smoke are less able to get rid of the HPV infection from the body, which can develop into cancer.
Smoking while you are pregnant can lead to miscarriage, premature birth, stillbirth and illness, and it increases the risk of cot death by at least 25%.
The good news is that once you stop smoking, your health improves and your body will begin to recover.
If you want to stop smoking, several different treatments are available.
The best treatment for you will depend on your personal preference, your age, whether you’re pregnant or breastfeeding and any medical conditions you have. Speak to your GP or an NHS stop smoking adviser for advice.
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT)
NRT provides you with a low level of nicotine, without the tar, carbon monoxide and other poisonous chemicals present in tobacco smoke. It can help reduce unpleasant withdrawal effects, such as bad moods and cravings, which may occur when you stop smoking.
It’s available as: skin patches, chewing gum, inhalators, tablets, oral strips and lozenges,nasal and mouth spray
Treatment with NRT usually lasts 8-12 weeks, before you gradually reduce the dose and eventually stop.
Varenicline (brand name Champix) works in two ways, reducing cravings and also blocks the rewarding and reinforcing effects of smoking.
Evidence suggests it’s the most effective medication for helping people stop smoking.
A course of treatment usually lasts around 12 weeks, but it can be continued for longer if necessary.
Bupropion (brand name Zyban) is a medication originally used to treat depression, but it has since been found to help people quit smoking.
A course of treatment usually lasts around seven to nine weeks.
An e-cigarette is an electronic device that delivers nicotine in a vapour. This allows you to inhale nicotine without most of the harmful effects of smoking, as the vapour contains no tar or carbon monoxide.
This is a medicine; Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you have an underlying medical condition, are taking any other medication or complementary therapy, or if symptoms persist.
Seek advice before using if you are breast feeding, pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or suffer from allergies.
Further information can be found on the manufacturers
Paitient Information Leaflet and printed if required.