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Nicotine Addiction

Author : C. Tracy Orleans
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Despite persistent warnings from the medical profession about the health risks involved in cigarette smoking, millions of people continue to smoke cigarettes. With contributions from renowned experts, this ground-breaking work defines and explains nicotine addiction as a primary problem or disease, instead of as a habit or risk factor for other diseases. A comprehensive, clinical text on tobacco dependence, this book provides clinicians with essential information on how to diagnose and treat nicotine addicted patients. It also offers the medical, epidemiological and behavioral science backgrounds necessary for understanding the process and dynamics of tobacco dependence. Following the traditional format of medical texts, the book first covers etiology, pathogenesis and complications, then diagnosis and treatment, and finally public health and prevention. Part One presents an overview of the biological, psychological and social factors that contribute to nicotine dependence, including such topics as a description of nicotine delivery systems, psychopharmacology, economics, natural history and epidemiology, mortality, morbidity, and environmental tobacco smoke exposure. The second part offers practical guidelines and tools for treating nicotine dependence and describes a stepped-care treatment model with brief interventions that can be easily integrated into routine medical practice. This section also covers the role of psychopharmacologic and formal treatment programs, the treatment of smokeless tobacco addiction, and treating nicotine dependence in pregnant women and in people with medical illnesses, other chemical dependencies, or psychiatric disorders. The last section focuses onworksite and community intervention programs and summarizes the research on smoking patterns and history in women, Blacks, Hispanics, youth, and older adults, discussing how intervention and prevention programs could be made more effective in these groups. Written by the nation's leading tobacco control researchers and clinicians, this important work contains new and critical information not previously available.

Simple Principles to Quit Smoking

Author : Alex A. Lluch
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The American Cancer Society reports that there are more than 45 million smokers in the U.S. Quitting smoking is difficult, but the frightening truth is, about half of all smokers who continue to smoke will end up dying from a smoking-related illness. That's why this book is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants the tools, tips, and tricks to quitting smoking and staying smoke-free, once and for all. Simple Principles(tm) to Quit Smoking addresses this issue from every angle, including developing willpower, handling withdrawals, addressing the fears associated with quitting, dealing with stress without cigarettes, eating a non-smoking diet, dealing with setbacks, and, most important, remaining smoke-free for life. Finally, this book offers helpful behavior-modification exercises, activities to replace a smoke break, as well as a list of foods and vitamins that can help people quit smoking. The 200 simple tips and tools readers learn in this book will allow them to enjoy the benefits of a non-smoking lifestyle, including health, happiness, and a longer life.

You Can Stop Smoking

Author : Jacquelyn Rogers
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Concentrating on that crucial period when the smoker is getting ready to quit, the author shows how to overcome the psychological barriers to freedom from cigarettes.

Stop Smoking 7days

Author : Becky Gruber
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Do you smoke because you enjoy it, or because you're addicted and cannot quit? Whatever the answer is, it appears as if you have entertained the idea of going smoke free? Ha, not a chance, says your taste buds. Please do, say your lungs-Eating more will cause you to smoke less, said your stomach. Try the patch, says your television - Substitute your cigarette for a drug, said the your doctor. STOP! You can kick the nasty harmful habit once and for all without replacing it with another bad habit. Oh yeah, come on, let's do this, says your life. Like millions of others, you have probably tried to quit smoking once if not several times. Yet, you're still smoking. Regardless if this is your first time searching for a stop smoking program, or many times. With our 7day stop smoking program it stops here. Rather, your smoke intake consists of seven cigarettes a day or seventy; you can stop smoking for good. You can quit smoking without excessive weight gain or any other substitutions in 7days

How to Quit Smoking Easily

Author : Jason Michael
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This is your best chance to quit tobacco smoking and nicotine addiction once and for all! I know you've always wanted to quit for long but you don't know how you kept going back to it. I know you have made a resolve that cigarette smoking cannot be defeated I know you are not feeling all good because of the smoking addiction but you have "resigned to fate" because it seems undefeatable. Yes, I know! I know all this because I've also been there! I had a countless number of failed attempts after smoking cigarettes for over 23 years - Yes 23 years! In fact, I started smoking as a teenagerAfter so many failed attempts to quit as I'm no longer comfortable with my "smoking life"I made my research and finally got the right formula to quit easily without going back to the act - No Relapse!For 3 years now I haven't light a cigarette and definitely I'm not going back to it - Never again! In this book, I explained all the necessary decisions and steps to take to join the league of ex-smokers.It doesn't matter when you started, it doesn't matter how many times you've quit but relapsed. What matters right now is your resolve to quit! Take the greatest step, quit now and save yourself Remember, it is only you that can save yourself! Get this book today and break away from man's greatest addiction!

How I Quit Smoking in 1 Day

Author : Michael Atkins
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There are so many ways to quit smoking, so why choose this book over the rest? * This book stays focused on the truth (what really works) to help you quit smoking (and stay quit) the easy way. Other books and methods don't, they make it harder. * This is the only book that focuses solely on the most important area (the missing link) to help you quit smoking, and stay quit. That missing link is THE MINDSET. If you focus on just changing that, it's much easier to quit smoking, and stay quit. But don’t worry, you won’t have to become a psychologist or spiritual guru to make it work. This book keeps the methods realistic, simple, and easy to apply. They don't rely on willpower either. * All other quit smoking books, methods, and aids (like nicotine replacement therapies) don't deal with the mindset. So you can easily start smoking again. * This book will open your eyes to a new, much easier way to help you quit smoking for life. I can guarantee you won’t find this information in other quit smoking books or methods... unless, they ripped this book off. * It can work for heavy and light smokers. And even, if you've tried and failed to quit smoking many times already. * This book simplifies methods to deal with your cravings, handle all the situations where you used to smoke, break those old habits for good. So, you will feel good about not smoking — instead of deprived. You can also use these same methods to avoid gaining weight when you quit smoking. * You really can quit smoking in 1 day with this book, even, with "the nicotine factor" taken into account. * This book simplifies the complex — it can save you a great deal of time, money, and effort over other books and methods. * This book doesn’t overload (and confuse) you with useless information, it gets to the point. It just tells you what you need to know, and nothing else — without repetition. It gives you the “needle in the haystack”. So you don’t waste hours reading, searching, and failing to quit for nothing.

Quitting Smoking For Dummies

Author : David Brizer, M.D.
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Learning to Quit

Author : Suzanne Harris
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Set yourself free from smoking. Strategy trumps willpower! Personal stories paired with moving photographic portraits. Empathetic, non-judgmental advice to stop smoking for good.Have you tried to quit smoking, only to find yourself reaching for a cigarette again and again? Tired of feeling bad about your health and making promises to the ones that love you? Set a "learning" mindset and reframe these past quit attempts as trial runs. It's not your fault that you are a smoker. Nicotine is incredibly addictive, but you can beat it! Your amazing life as a non-smoker lies just around the corner. This book provides the friendly, positive support you need on your quit smoking journey. Simply by reading this book, you'll take an extremely important step to stop smoking cigarettes and end nicotine addiction. Every person's journey is different, and yours is unique. The work that you're embarking on is shared by the 24 people interviewed for Learning to Quit. Join millions of ex-smokers around the world who have broken free from tobacco.You'll not only learn how to quit smoking; the medical section will equip you with vital health information. Learn how smoking effects your lungs, heart, brain, mood, weight and pregnancy. Explore different smoking cessation medication options. Feel inspired learning how quickly your health and quality of life will improve after you smoke your last cigarette. Learn more about the vaping controversy, plus vaping dangers and health risks.Suzanne Harris, RN, NCTTP and Paul Brunetta, MD cofounded the Fontana Tobacco Treatment Center and are both former smokers. They've offered assistance to over 1000 smokers seeking help. They specifically developed Learning to Quit share the action plan, knowledge and support you need to take control of your health. This book is not just about becoming smoke-free, it's also about change; it's about radically changing your life by ending a huge relationship-your tobacco dependence.BONUS: This book includes access to an entire library of free resources, including quit plans, mindset exercises, nicotine dependence tests and more!

Smoking Cessation

Author : Keir Lewis
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This book is a compact, evidence-based, readable book that offers a useful update on smoking cessation. It lists important historical landmarks in tobacco control and illustrates some of the current measures to limit tobacco use in different countries. It summarises the main pharmacokinetic and pathophysiological, effects of smoking / nicotine on the central nervous system and cardiovascular system, before describing the effects of the different pharmacotherapies currently available to help smokers stop. Further sections describe how important smoking and smoking cessation is to particular groups of patients, how they should be best approached and the benefits of smoking cessation specific to their illness.

Dying to Quit

Author : Janet Brigham
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Historians and scientists a few millennia from now are likely to see tobacco as one of the major bafflements of our time, suggests Janet Brigham. Why do we smoke so much, even when we know that tobacco kills more than a million of us a year? Two decades ago, smoking was on the decline in the United States. Now the decline has flattened, and smoking appears to be increasing, most ominously among young people. Cigar smoking is on the rise. Data from a generation of young smokers indicate that many of them want to quit but have no access to effective treatment. Dying to Quit features the real-life smoking day of a young woman who plans to quit--again. Her comments take readers inside her love/hate relationship with tobacco. In everyday language, the book reveals the complex psychological and scientific issues behind the news headlines about tobacco regulations, lawsuits and settlements, and breaking scientific news. What is addiction? Is there such a thing as an addictive personality? What does nicotine do to the body? How does it affect the brain? Why do people stand in subzero temperatures outside office buildings to smoke cigarettes? What is the impact of carefully crafted advertisements and marketing strategies? Why do people who are depressed tend to smoke more? What is the biology behind these common links? These and many fundamental questions are explored drawing on the latest findings from the world's best addictions laboratories. Want to quit? Brigham takes us shopping in the marketplace of gizmos and gadgets designed to help people stop smoking, from wristwatch-like monitors to the lettuce cigarette. She presents the bad news and the not-so-bad news about smoking cessation, including the truth about withdrawal symptoms and weight gain. And she summarizes authoritative findings and recommendations about what actually works in quitting smoking. By training a behavioral scientist--by gift a writing talent--Brigham helps readers understand what people feel when they use tobacco or when they quit. At a time when tobacco smoke has filled nearly every corner of the earth and public confusion grows amid strident claims and counterclaims in the media, Dying to Quit clears the air with dispassion toward facts and compassion toward smokers. This book invites readers on a fascinating journey through the world of tobacco use and points the way toward help for smokers who want to quit. Janet Brigham, Ph.D., is a research psychologist with SRI International in Menlo Park, California, where she studies tobacco use. A former journalist and editor, she has conducted substance use research at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and the University of Pittsburgh

Kill the Addiction

Author : John English
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For anyone who has ever struggled to kick the nicotine habit, this is the book for you. The simple yet highly effective method outlined in Kill the Addiction has been proven to help people stop smoking permanently-without quitting. "I smoked for 16 years and never was able to quit, even for a day. Not having to quit was what made me look into it. Did it all in ten days and have not had a puff in a year. I never will again. My doctor couldn't believe it. I gave him a copy of the method and he made copies for his waiting room. Hope you don't mind. Thanks, John."- Gentleman ex-smoker from Atlantic City areaWith this method, each hour, each day, the strength of your addiction grows weaker and weaker. The little cravings decrease in strength and frequency as you become stronger and stronger and are able to chase them away in seconds. Eventually, they disappear completely. You will succeed, it will be permanent, and it will change your life completely. And it will be easy!

Quit Smoking and Be Happy

Author : Christopher Skoyles
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Offering practical tools and techniques to deal with the physical, mental, and emotional impact of recovering from nicotine addiction, Quit Smoking and Be Happy offers everything you could possibly need to not just extinguish that final cigarette, but to cultivate a life of true freedom, health and joy long after you do so. This book doesn't promise to make quit smoking easy. It doesn't promise that you'll be able to stop smoking without ever experiencing a single craving or withdrawal symptom. What it does promise is that you can still enjoy all the health, wealth and happiness you deserve DESPITE those cravings or withdrawals. In this book, you'll discover: How to cope with cravings without going insane How to deal with stress, anger, and irritability while quitting smoking How to prevent a relapse How to get back on track if you've already relapsed and much, more more. In addition, you'll find an abundance of bonus downloads, worksheets and resources to help you with: Fatigue and fogginess when quitting smoking Preventing weight gain and emotional over-eating Getting through a post-quit depression Recovering from quitter's flu and more.

Quit Smoking Never Go Back

Author : Paul Eccles
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No If s And s Or Butts

Author : Harlan M. Krumholz
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Aids those who want to stop smoking by giving the latest in treatments and procedures and gives advice on establising an indivudal smoke-cessation program.

Stop Smoking with CBT

Author : Dr Max Pemberton
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Dr Max Pemberton used to describe himself as ‘in love with smoking’. Ironically, he was doctor specialised in addiction but found it impossible to quit – until he found CBT. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is now widely recognised as the most effective treatment for overcoming addicting. Stop Smoking with CBT draws explicitly on this set of mind-training tools to help you stop smoking once and for all. Dr Pemberton guides you through the process of quitting through his addiction expertise and his experience as a smoker wanting to quit, and helps you avoid the common pitfalls that new ex-smokers encounter. His method will: - Stop nicotine cravings - Transform how you think about smoking - Make your desire to smoke simply melt away With Dr Pemberton’s proven approach, you won’t worry about gaining weight or staying calm without cigarettes. You will train your brain to live without smoking once and for all. Most importantly, you’ll discover that stopping smoking is one of the most exciting and exhilarating things that you can do! Dr Max Pemberton has spent many years working with people to overcome addiction. He’s also a bestselling author of Trust Me, I’m a Junior Doctor and a prolific writer in the areas of healthcare, ethics, culture and the NHS, with a regular column in The Daily Mail.

How to Quit Smoking

Author : Neo Jectson
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This is an enlighten and practical guide for overcoming nicotine addiction and get rid of the unhealthy habit of smokingAre you ready to quit smoking tobacco? (Get it?)If yes, keep reading...What you will learn■ Nonsmoker mindset and how to develop it.■ Daily affirmation will help you to imprint into your mindset on becoming a nonsmoker.■ Daily gratitude will help you to imprint into your mindset on becoming a nonsmoker.■ Curtailing step by step 4 D's secrets■Withdrawal symptoms and how to overcome it.■ Craving and what to do to overcome it.■ Super- secrets to overcome the craving■ Lot moreWhat's inside■ Why Smoke■ What is in cigarette smoke?■ Why hard to quit■ Smoke related Diseases■ Benefits of quitting■ Develop the mindset to quit■ How to quit Smoking■ How to deal with withdrawal■ Lot moreWho this book is for1.Smokers: you really need To stop Smoking2.Non Smokers: you can get it as a gift for your love ones or friend who smoke to enable them To Stop Smoking CigaretteBottom lineIf you want quit smoking the easy way and quit addiction.Get one for yourself, or as a gift!"Sound basic quick guide for smokers interested in the learning how to live without tobacco" Dr Kent

How to Win at Quitting Smoking

Author : V. J. Sleight
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Unlike other books on the subject, "How to Win at Quitting Smoking" focuses on the process of change instead of a single method. Proven evidence based strategies are given in a motivating manner, often in a smoker's own words. Easy to understand analogies are used to explain some of the complicated psychological processes of change. As a former smoker, the author writes from personal experience, as well as over 20 years of clinical practice helping thousands become smoke-free.

Quit Smoking While You re Smoking An Easy and Practical Approach to Quitting

Author : Kevin Arthur Smith
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Ever thought you could quit smoking while you're still smoking? Now you can! Kevin Arthur Smith's groundbreaking new system for quitting smoking is easy, painless and, most importantly, permanent. In just twenty-eight days your cravings and desire to smoke will completely disappear. You'll be healthier, happier, and finally free from your addiction to cigarettes. Smith's holistic and practical approach concentrates on the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of your smoking addiction. By addressing these critical components together, Smith takes you on a journey that uncovers the root causes of your addiction and then utilizes revolutionary techniques to make you 100% smoke-free. This proven process for quitting smoking includes: * Dozens of routine-breaking exercises * Overcoming mental debates and addressing Smoking patterns * Eliminating the fear and depression associated with failure * Intriguing responses from interviews with hundreds of smokers * Amazing results! If you have thoughts about quitting, this book will change your life forever. There's nothing to lose and everything to gain, so start today and break free from your smoking addiction in less than one month!

15 Steps to Stop Smoking

Author : V. Noot
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Download this e-book and quit smoking forever! Do you want stop smoking? This book gives you a natural solution. No more patches, gum, or medicinal prescriptions. In this book you'll find a proven method that will help you to stop smoking. Hundreds of thousands of people have applied this stop smoking method and succeeded. The 15 steps described here will help: Eliminate triggersCrush your cigarettes and forsake the habit of smoking Explain why it is important to quit smokingOpen your eyes to the dangers of the smoking habitShow you the benefits of quitting cigarettesGive you the necessary steps to become completely smoke-freeProvide the tools to leave cigarettes in the past and feel healthy againDon't wait! There is lots of evidence that this quit smoking program has worked for numerous individuals. Download this e-book immediately if you want to quit! Find out right now how to improve your life, save money on cigarettes, be healthier, and feel FREE! Keywords: How to quit smoking, stopping smoking, steps to quit smoking, steps to stop smoking, tips to quit smoking, tips to stop smoking, stop smoking cigarettes, quit cigarettes, smoking addiction, smoking addict, addicted to smoking, cigarette addiction, addicted to cigarettes, cigarettes addict, naturally stop smoking, easy stop smoking, easy quit smoking, proven guide to stop smoking, recovery from smoking, recovery from cigarettes, stop smoking method, stop smoking program, quit smoking program, stop smoking now, quit smoking now, never smoke again, no more cigarettes, quit smoking for life, quit smoking cigarettes forever, stop smoking, easy stop smoking program, simple quit smoking program, simple steps to stop smoking, simple steps to quit smoking, quit nicotine, stop nicotine, no more nicotine, no more smoking

STOP SMOKING

Author : Tuğşah Bilge
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They say a misfortune is better than a thousand advice; It is unlikely that you will appreciate the value of these advices before you get a chance. But since I asked you to quit smoking without cutting your hand, arm, and leg, I have created this book. Stop smoking before lung, throat cancer. Smoking sooner or later will cause your body to go bankrupt. Give up smoking that badly affects your quality of life, performance, work life, sexual life, and social life. If you cannot get rid of this addiction by yourself, always ask your friends for help. Benefit from doctors and smoking cessation centers. Stop smoking before work is over. Stop reading this book and quit smoking.