I think you contradicted yourself Stephanie.
No offense intended.
I don't care to get into any discussion about moodiness.
I maintain that people are stronger than their moods.
I apologize in advance for my feelings.
Don't ever forget why you quit.
"Stephanie" yahoo.com> wrote in message
On Jun 24, 9:32 pm, "Keven" gmail.com> wrote:
> Quitting smoking causes drastic mood changes.
> Drugs that counter drastic mood changes cause drastic mood changes.
> You are stronger than your mood.
> Moody since 1 743,
> :-p~~~~~~~ Keven
> Don't ever forget why you quit.
> "PolarBear" hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> Today, I went to our pharmacist to get a refill on my meds and he
>> me that I was on the list of the stop smoking programs and asked if I
>> needed any NRT. Work pays for them. And I told them that I am planning
>> take Chantix. He looked up some information and told me that there could
>> be a chance that it would interfere with some of the other meds I am
>> taking and could cause drastic mood changes. Whhhooo...... like I needed
>> to hear that.
>> So lets see what my doctor has to say, but from what I know most
>> pharmacists have a better knowledge of which medication interact with
>> other than the doctors.
>> Oh well, if that's the case I guess I have to use NRT. But then I can
>> my quit date forward and I would move it to the 01 July 08. Canada Day,
>> think it would be a good celebration of every smoke free year.
>> For now I am just confused as to which route to take.
>> Any inputs which NRT are out there. which ones are you using and how
>> help? I appreciate any information on NRT.
>> I already checked some web sites, but most offer commercial and no first
>> hand use.
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Those with bipolar disorder are strong despite their biochemical and
Those with bipolar disorder are "not stronger" than moods. By
definition mood is disrupted and needs to be mediated by medication.
This is really sensitive material here Keven. I know you meant no