Q. I used Chantix to quit smoking on May 30. I don’t recall any psychological side effects and have been recommending it to everyone.
After using it successfully, I figured all smokers should try it and wondered why they weren’t. Reading about the depression and rage some people report on your Web site (www.peoplespharmacy.com) answered that question.
A. Chantix is a unique medication that seems quite effective in helping people quit smoking. But there are potential side effects that can be terrible for some people. They include weird dreams, insomnia, depression, suicidal thoughts, irritability, aggression, nausea and headache.