Our expert says:
Obviously this is something you would need to discuss in detail, in relaton to your personal medical history and physical condition, with your own doc. But generally speaking, many people have found it a very useful aid to giving up smoking. It happens to be a chemical also used as an antidepressant ( equivalent to the others we uswe ), which is handy. I generally sugest that one try to combine such medication with counselling of the CBT sort, to help one cope better with giving up, and to not merely stop, but to stay stopped. Try doing a google search on Zyban, and you'll discover loads of material --- look for those pages from proper health sites.
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