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What is Zyban?
Zyban is a non-nicotine aid that allows people to stop smoking. It was originally developed to help people battle depression. Nowadays, it is used to treat a nicotine addiction with the aid of the active ingredient, bupropion hydrochloride. This ingredient has an effect on the neurotransmitters in the brain. It prevents two neurotransmitters, dopamine and noradrenaline, from getting absorbed into the brain nerve cells, resulting in more of these transmitters being active in the brain.
What are the indications for using Zyban?
Zyban is a great drug for individuals who have a nicotine addiction but find themselves unable to give up smoking altogether. Zyban increases the chances of success in smoking cessation by alleviating most of the withdrawal symptoms people get when they give up smoking. This medication takes away the headaches, anxiety, cravings, hunger, concentration difficulties, restlessness, and depression that often follow a smoking cessation.
What is the dosage for Zyban?
Zyban is available in tablet form. The regular dosage is one tablet of Zyban once a day (first six days). The dosage is then increased to two tablets of Zyban a day (8 hours between administrations). It is best not to take the last dosage prior to going to bed due to its stimulating effect. You can take Zyban irrespective of meals. They should never be crushed or chewed. The usual length of treatment is 7-9 weeks. If there are no results at the end of week 9, administration of Zyban should be stopped immediately. If there is an effect, individuals should continue taking Zyban for two more weeks.
What are the contraindications for using Zyban?
Some people are allergic to Zyban or to similar drugs. They should avoid taking this medication. Zyban may also be dangerous when used by people suffering from epilepsy, seizures, or an eating disorder, such as bulimia and anorexia. Also, consult with your doctor if you just stopped taking seizure medication, sedatives, or alcohol, or if you are suffering from diabetes, narrow-angled glaucoma, or heart disease.
What are the adverse effects of Zyban?
Common side effects of Zyban include vision changes, muscle pain, nausea, skin rash, appetite or weight changes, and a loss of sexual desire. The serious adverse effects come in the form of seizures, hallucinations, increased heartbeats, eye pain, blurred vision, and swollen glands.