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QUIT SMOKING

Most of the smokers die from smoking-related diseases. If you are a chain smoker, your life expectancy is about 10 years less than a non-smoker. Stopping smoking can make a huge difference to your health. It is never too late to stop smoking for your...Read More

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  • Champix 1mg

    Champix 1mg

    Generic: Varenicline
    Equivalent: Chantix
    28 Tablet/s $66.00
  • Champix 0.5mg and 1 mg

    Champix 0.5mg and 1 mg

    Generic: Varenicline
    Equivalent:
    11 Pills(0.5mg) + 14 pills(1mg) $62.00
  • Nicotex 2mg

    Nicotex 2mg

    Generic: Nicotine Polacrilex Gum USP
    Equivalent: Nicorette
    10 Gums $4.50
  • Nulife Chewing Gum

    Nulife Chewing Gum

    Generic: Nicotine Polacrilex Gum USP
    Equivalent: Nicorette
    16 Gums/s $11.50
  • Bupron XL 150mg

    Bupron XL 150mg

    Generic: Bupropion HCl
    Equivalent: Wellbutrin XL
    30 Tablet/s $18.00
  • Bupron XL 300mg

    Bupron XL 300mg

    Generic: Bupropion HCl
    Equivalent: Wellbutrin XL
    30 Tablet/s $32.00
  • Bulet SR 150 (Bupropion)

    Bulet SR 150 (Bupropion)

    Generic: Bupropion HCl
    Equivalent: Wellbutrin SR
    30 + 10 Free Tablet/s $17.00
  • Bupron SR 150mg

    Bupron SR 150mg

    Generic: Bupropion HCl
    Equivalent: Wellbutrin SR
    30 Tablet/s $18.00
  • Nicotex 4mg

    Nicotex 4mg

    Generic: Nicotine Polacrilex Gum USP
    Equivalent: Nicorette
    10 Gums $5.00

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Most of the smokers die from smoking-related diseases. If you are a chain smoker, your life expectancy is about 10 years less than a non-smoker. Stopping smoking can make a huge difference to your health. It is never too late to stop smoking for your good health. For example, if in middle age you stop smoking before having severe disease, you can escape the increased risk of death due to smoking. My parents were smokers, and I said I would never smoke. Then came to high school and teenage uprising, so I tried smoking, but I was always athletic and it never really took root. After high school, I joined the military, which had a strong smoking culture at that time. Taking a break with a friend and having a smoke was just a social thing. I continued smoking until my late 20s. When I quit, I got athletic again and ran four marathons. Then, in my mid-30s, life got rough. In a period of 6 months, my mom died, I went through a divorce, and I suffered a bad back injury. I self-sedate with alcohol and fell into the habit of smoking again. I smoked in the morning after coffee, after meals, and when I felt stress, like after getting a bill in the mail. Before I knew it, my half pack a day turned into a pack a day.

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