The Easy Way to Stop Smoking

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2004 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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A new edition of the revolutionary bestseller, with four million copies in print. Allen Carr’s innovative Easyway method—which he discovered after his own 100-cigarette-a-day habit nearly drove him to despair—has helped millions kick smoking without feeling anxious and deprived. That’s because he helps smokers discover the psychological reasons behind their dependency, explains in detail how to handle the withdrawal symptoms, shows them how to avoid situations when temptation might become too strong, and enables them to stay smoke-free. Carr discusses such issues as nicotine addiction; the social “brainwashing” that encourages smoking; the false belief that a cigarette relieves stress; the role boredom plays in sabotaging efforts to stop; and the main reasons for failure. With this proven program, smokers will be throwing away their packs for good.
 

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Excellent escape from smoking for life

User Review  - sistersienna - Overstock.com

Excellent aid if you are serious about escaping the smoking scene. It breaks the habit down into something much more manageable. Rather than a habit it presents the smoker as an addict which is ... Read full review

Review: The Easy Way to Stop Smoking: Join the Millions Who Have Become Nonsmokers Using the Easyway Method

User Review  - Anina Ertel - Goodreads

So far, it's working pretty good. I have smoked three cigarettes in the past month and I just keep reading the book over and over. It probably works better for gullible people or people who are prone ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Allen Carr (1934 2006) was a chain-smoker for over 30 years. In 1983, after countless failed attempts to quit, he went from 100 cigarettes a day to zero without suffering withdrawal pangs, without using willpower and without putting on weight.

He realised that he had discovered what the world had been waiting for Allen Carr's Easyway method to stop smoking. The principles of Easyway have been applied to a number of new subject areas, and Easyway now run clinics in countries all around the world.

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