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The Unofficial Guide to Quitting Smoking by…

The Unofficial Guide to Quitting Smoking

by Donna Howell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0028633423, Paperback)

Currently, 45 to 50 million Americans are addicted to smoking -- and the vast majority would like to quit. But nicotine's addictiveness cannot be underestimated, and most smokers have tried to quit an average of three times -- and failed. The Unofficial Guide to Quitting Smoking breaks away from the glut of other smoking cessation plans by offering a truly realistic approach to kicking the habit -- no ifs, ands, or butts about it!
-- Pinpoint the places, times, moods and conditions that trigger the desire for a cigarette -- and take steps to change those factors
-- Learn the different phases of addiction and make the life changes that can help them quit for good
-- Incorporate exercise, nutrition, and stress management into the smoking cessation process
-- Develop a doable, step-by-step plan for quitting -- and then adopt failsafe techniques for fighting temptation and relapse

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