The Three Best Books to Help You Stop Smoking
If you’re a smoker, you know already that its a terrible habit and it is damaging to your health and those of those around you. If you are reading this article, you are already considering the ways that you can stop smoking. With the development of eCigarettes and other tools, the smoking habit is becoming easier to stop, and with the help of the books below, stopping smoking is easier than ever with the correct mindset.
Here are 4 of the Best Books to Help You Stop Smoking
1. Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking: Be a Happy Non-smoker for the Rest of Your Life – Allen Carr
About the first three quarters of the book is spent dispelling various myths and delusions about smoking (such as smoking relaxing you or getting rid of stress), which gets you into the right frame of mind for actually quitting. At this point, the book wants you to continue smoking while you read it. In a nutshell, the easy way to stop smoking involves two things: one, deciding you are never going to smoke again, and two, don’t mope about it anymore, rejoice.
Paul McKenna continues his “I can make you…” series with this stop smoking guide. As proven by many readers of the book, the methods have shown many people stop and continue to stop for the rest of their lives.
This book is jam packed with information that all smokers need to know. The book focused on changing your scheme on smoking, something which we smokers don’t realized how disturbed it is and will become in the future. You won’t imagine how different your life is without the cigarrettes.