Synopses & Reviews
Smoking stinks. It also kills.
Over 100,000 people in the United States die from smoking-related lung cancer every year, yet millions find it difficult to quit the deadly addiction every time they light up. Using the latest research, The Easiest Way to Stop Smoking: Finding the Way That Works Best for You can help you develop the best action plan so you can kick the habit for good. In this simple how-to guide, you can learn:
-What it is that makes smoking so addictive
-The benefits and downsides to quitting “cold turkey”
-The latest treatments that have been proven to work, including natural approaches
-How to deal with your withdrawal symptoms
""A valuable resource for the person researching quit methods. . . . Presented in a neutral way, the information encourages readers to choose the quit aid that works best for them."" —Terry Martin, Guide to About.com Smoking Cessation
About the Author
Heath Dingwell is a health and wellness writer. He has written material for various health centers including the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Heath graduated in 2001 from Washington State University with a Ph.D. in Sociology. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, he was a university professor and taught criminal justice. He lives with his wife and child in Connecticut.