Tabex Sopharma 100 tablets
What Tabex is and what it is used for
Tabex contains the active substance cytisine, which acts on the smoker’s body similar to nicotine. Taking Tabex leads to a gradual cessation of smoking without unpleasant sensations and discomfort associated with quitting cigarettes
Tabex is used in people addicted to smoking (chronic nicotinism) who want to quit.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking Tabex if you suffer from:
- ischemic heart disease (impaired blood supply to the heart muscle); heart failure (weakness of the heart muscle);
- arterial hypertension (high blood pressure);
- cerebrovascular diseases;
- blockage of blood vessels;
- kidney or liver diseases;
- hyperthyroidism (increased function of the thyroid gland);
- chromaffin tumors of the adrenal gland;
- gastroesophageal reflux disease (return of stomach juice to the lower part of the esophagus, which is manifested by a burning sensation);
- mental illness (some forms of schizophrenia).
How to take Tabex
Always take this medicine exactly as described in this leaflet. If you are not sure, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
The treatment is carried out according to the following scheme:
1 – 3 days – 1 tablet 6 times a day (in 2 hours). During these days, a gradual decrease in the number of cigarettes smoked is expected. If the result is unsatisfactory, the treatment is stopped and can be repeated after 2-3 months. With a satisfactory effect (significantly reduced number of cigarettes) after the 3rd day, the treatment continues according to the scheme;
4-12 days – 1 tablet every 2.5 hours (5 tablets daily);
13-16 days – 1 tablet every 3 hours (4 tablets daily);
17 – 20 days – 1 tablet every 5 hours (3 tablets daily);
21-25 days – 1-2 tablets daily.
The final cessation of smoking should take place on the 5th day after the start of treatment. After the end of the treatment course, the patient must show willpower and not allow himself a single cigarette.
tablets are taken orally with a sufficient amount of liquid.