Three proven ways to quit with CHANTIX

Explore the
 3 QUIT APPROACHES below

FIXED QUIT APPROACH
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This quit approach may be right for you 
if you want to put down your cigarettes
after 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 assessing the Fixed Quit
Approach, 44% of smokers taking
CHANTIX were smoke-free during
 
weeks 9 to 12, compared with 18%
taking a sugar pill.*

FLEXIBLE QUIT APPROACH
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This quit approach may be right for you if you 
want to quit smoking, but want a little more
flexibility to put down your сigarettes within a month.

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 smoke-free during
 
weeks 9 to 12, compared with 19%
taking a sugar pill.*

GRADUAL QUIT APPROACH
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This quit approach may be right for you 
if you're sure you are not willing or able
to stop smoking all at once.

 

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

Cut your smoking in half during your
first 4 weeks of treatment. During weeks
5 to 8, cut your smoking in half again.
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 assessing the Gradual
Quit Approach, 32% of smokers taking
CHANTIX were smoke-free during
 
weeks 15 to 24, compared with 7%
taking a sugar pill.*

 

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

Remember that no matter which quit approach you choose,
it’s important to take CHANTIX as directed by your healthcare provider.
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CHANTIX works

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