Well at long last, my hard pressed hubby has decided to quit the dreaded habit of 30 ish cigs a day!
Our GP nurse has put him on some weaning tablets called Champmix.
They aren`t a nicotine replacement, but something which tells your brain to ignore the addiction receptors.
He`s been told not to try to stop smoking, but to let the meds do their job over a period of 12 weeks.
He was also told that if he no longer wants a smoke before the 12 weeks is up, he must continue to take the full course and then to go back to the nurse for a review.
This is going to be particularly difficult for him, as he has had no decent pain relief from his RA, for months, as his meds have gone against him and he sees his RA doc on 8th Nov.
So, I know all my MS buddies will join me in wishing him well, for a successful outcome, eh?