Three proven ways to quit with CHANTIX

Patient quit with CHANTIX and support
THREE PROVEN WAYS to quit
with CHANTIX

CHANTIX has 3 quit approaches, so YOU AND YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CAN FIND ONE THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU. With all of them, you start taking CHANTIX before your quit date to give it time to start working.

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Claudine quit with CHANTIX and support Claudine quit with CHANTIX and support
Claudine quit with CHANTIX and support Claudine quit with CHANTIX and support

Patient quit with CHANTIX and support. Individual results may vary.

The 3 QUIT APPROACHES

Quitting is a personal experience, especially when it comes to how and when you might be willing to put down cigarettes. CHANTIX offers 3 proven ways to quit, so you should talk to your healthcare provider about what your goals are and which approach might work best for you. Remember that no matter which quit approach you choose, it’s important to take CHANTIX as directed.

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FIXED QUIT APPROACH

This quit approach may be right for you if you want to put down your cigarettes in a week.

Start taking CHANTIX, and quit after a week.

You can keep smoking for the first week, while you prepare to quit.

You take CHANTIX for 12 weeks.

In studies, 44% of smokers taking CHANTIX were quit at weeks 9 to 12, compared with 18% taking a sugar pill.*

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FLEXIBLE QUIT APPROACH

This quit approach may be right for you if you want to quit smoking, but want a little more flexibility in choosing when.

Start taking CHANTIX, then pick a quit date within a month from the date you start.

You can keep smoking until your quit date, while you prepare to quit.

You take CHANTIX for 12 weeks.

In a study assessing the Flexible Quit Approach, 54% of smokers taking CHANTIX were quit at weeks 9 to 12, compared with 19% taking a sugar pill.*

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GRADUAL QUIT APPROACH

This quit approach may be right for you if you're sure you are not willing or able to stop smoking right away.

Start taking CHANTIX, and then gradually reduce smoking to quit within 12 weeks.

After you start taking CHANTIX, cut your smoking in half during your first 4 weeks of treatment. Cut your smoking in half again during the next 4 weeks, then keep reducing during weeks 9 to 12 with the goal of quitting within 12 weeks.

You take CHANTIX for a total of 24 weeks with this approach.

In a study evaluating the Gradual Quit Approach, 32% of smokers taking CHANTIX were quit at weeks 15 to 24, compared with 7% taking a sugar pill.*

*Study participants received up to 10 minutes of counseling at each visit.

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Learn about taking CHANTIX, picking a quit date, and more.

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CHANTIX works

Find out how CHANTIX is believed to work to help smokers quit.

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