Medications which can help you to stop smoking.

When you quit smoking, you may experience problems (withdrawal symptoms) such as craving, weight gain, irritability, depression, anxiety, impaired concentration and insomnia. Medications can alleviate or even remove these disorders. has no link with the pharmaceutical industry. However, the combined results of over a hundred scientific studies, involving more than 40,000 smokers, prove that certain medications (nicotine replacement therapy, bupropion and varenicline) double the chances of quitting and remaining quit after one year (see the Cochrane review). We present their advantages and side effects. This information reflects the current state of scientific research.

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