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Stop Smoking Treatments

Smoking is undoubtedly detrimental to your health. However, using our treatments is three times more effective in helping you quit smoking than trying to quit alone. Moreover, the benefits of quitting smoking are vast, including easier breathing, increased energy levels, decreased stress, and even improved sexual function. We’re here to support you in quitting smoking today.

Champix

Prices from £42.99

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Tablet used to help people stop smoking by stopping cravings

Highly successful 12 week course

Zyban

Prices from £64.99

Nicotine-free 9-week treatment course

Reduces withdrawal symptoms

Supports long-term smoking cessation

Consult a doctor at our online pharmacy - buy discreet treatment

Stop Smoking FAQs

Smoking is known to be one of the biggest causes of death in the UK. By smoking daily, you are increasing your chances to develop a serious health condition such as cancer, lung disease, diabetes, stroke and COPD. Although some conditions may be fatal, you are causing long term damage to your body. Studies show that 78,000 people die from smoking in the UK.

Cigarettes contain nicotine, which is highly addictive. People who regularly smoke are addicted to the nicotine, but it’s the tar and other chemicals in the tobacco that causes the body harm.

Stop smoking and breathe

Stop smoking not only improves your physical health but also it is proven to boost your mental health and well-being. Quitting smoking can improve mood, and help relieve stress, anxiety and depression.

Look at what happens when you quit smoking. See infographic below:

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There are many quitting aids you can use to help you stop smoking.

  • Prescription medication – Medication prescribed by the GP or pharmacist can increase your chances to stop smoking.
  • Stop smoking services – Getting behavioural and pharmacological support as well as using prescription medication is 4x more effective to quit smoking successfully.
  • Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRT) – NRT comes in the form of patches, gums or e- cigarettes. This has a lower chance of success in stopping smoking.
  • Cold Turkey – Using your own willpower to quit smoking is the least effective way of stop smoking. This method usually causes severe withdrawal symptoms.

Where to get it?

The Family Chemist offers a secure and discreet service at low online prices for smoking cessation products. We offer prescription treatments for Champix and Zyban for those who wish to quit smoking successfully.

What is Champix?

Champix (also called varenicline) is a medicine that can help you stop smoking. It reduces the cravings for nicotine and helps with the withdrawal symptoms you get when you stop smoking. These can include an urge to smoke again, feeling depressed or irritable, and difficulty sleeping.

What is Zyban?

Zyban is a medicine prescribed to help you stop smoking. Zyban is a prescription only medicine with an active ingredient called Bupropion 150mg modified release tablets. This is a nicotine free quit aid. Zyban reduces interest in smoking, the cravings and withdrawal symptoms. The medication will be most effective if you are fully committed to giving up smoking. Bupropion has been used in the past for other purposes but we at The Family Chemist only prescribe Zyban to help patients stop smoking.

If you are unsure of which treatment is best for you. Get in touch with The Family Chemist and we can support you in your journey to quit. 

Champix works by blocking the effects of nicotine in your body. It reduces the cravings for nicotine and helps with the withdrawal symptoms you get when you stop smoking. Zyban works with the chemicals in the brain (dopamine and norepinephrine) that are associated with nicotine addiction, cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Both treatments typically last 7-12 weeks.
The medications aren’t the magic bullet. Your will and determination are key to successfully quitting smoking. Make sure you read the patient information leaflet carefully as there may be hints and tips on how to use your medication correctly or feel free to call us for some advice. However, there can be occasions where the treatments don’t work or suit you. In this case we recommend you contact your GP at your earliest opportunity for further advice.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stop-smoking-treatments/

If you need any help or advice, feel free to contact us at [email protected] or your GP.

Get your prescription medication in three easy steps. I know – Simple and hassle free. Go on give us a go. You won’t be disappointed.

Complete a free quick online questionnaire for the treatment selected

Choose your preferred prescription medication

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