I don't think Bupropion(Wellbutrin) is good, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bupropion#Adverse_effects
If possible, avoid taking drugs.
If you're on some sort of (clinical) depression the best bet is seeing a psychiatrist for a proper diagnostic and treatment. If for some reason that's not an option read http://natural-depression.blogspot.com/
In many cases (mild) depression will respond quickly to the use of this treatments (within a few weeks), but if this still doesn't work, see a psychiatrist; psychiatric treatment for depression involves antidepressants and usually but not always, therapy.
About quitting, be aware of ...
- No one can quit if not entirely convinced to do so.
- There's no best nor easy way to quit.
- Everyone is different in the way they stop smoking.
- What worked for someone might not work for others.
- The only way to tell if any given method works or not for someone is to try it.
- Anything to stop that habit is worth it.
I suggest reading http://stopsmoking.eu.pn
The site has a poor design but its contents is very reach.
Every year more than 19 million Americans suffer from some type of depressive illness.
· 9 years ago