How to quit smoking? ... and why to do it right away
Allen Carr's book "The Easy Way to Stop Smoking"
Only here you can download a FREE book on which I quit smoking myself. The book does not explain the side effects of smoking (although it hasn’t been done without it), but proves how much better the beam will be after you stop smoking!
- Effective and for heavy smokers;
- Without strong pains of weaning;
- No tension willpower;
- Without shock therapy;
- Does not require aids and ingenious tricks;
- Not leading to weight gain;
- Long term.
Many of you have heard about the notorious book that you read and by the end of reading the book - quit smoking. And even the most avid smokers quit. Many do not believe, many believe and have already abandoned.
If you are a smoker, all you have to do is read.
If you are a non-smoker and give a book to those you love, all you have to do is convince them to read it.
If you can’t convince them, then read it yourself, and the last chapter will advise how you can bring the book’s main idea to your loved ones and how to keep your children from smoking. Do not be deceived by the fact that now they hate smoking. All children hate him until they become addicted themselves.
17 tricks to help stop smoking once and for all!
Once I had a firm decision to say goodbye to smoking. I fully realized that this habit does not make me better. After a couple of weeks of my abstention from cigarettes, I met one friend. She asked me: “Do you smoke no more? For real? And what, you do not even dream of cigarettes? ”And then I realized that several times in that short time I had a dream about how I was dragging! This fact further strengthened me in the thought that dependence on nicotine is dependence of consciousness, and not of the physical body.
Facts about the dangers of smoking
- Every day about 14 thousand people die from tobacco consumption in the world. This is the "clientele" of eight district physicians.
- Every year, 330-400 thousand people in Russia alone die from smoking-related diseases.
- During the twentieth century, smoking killed about 100 million people worldwide. In fact, these are 10 extinct megacities the size of Moscow, or five empty cities like Mexico City.
- If the tobacco epidemic evolves at its current pace, 250 million living children will die from diseases caused by tobacco use. About as many babies will be born worldwide in the next two years.
- In Russia, 44 million people smoke. About 60 percent of men in our country are smokers; this is one of the highest rates in the world. Since the beginning of the 90s of the last century, the number of Russian smokers has doubled. By the number of smokers, we are “in the same boat” with China, India and Indonesia.
- Almost a quarter of minor smokers were addicted to tobacco before they turned 10 years old.
- About 50 million women annually have to inhale smoke during pregnancy. Doctors have long figured out how serious the harm of smoking during pregnancy. Tobacco smoke has a strong effect on the fetus - smoking (including passive) can cause premature birth and miscarriage, fetal death, the birth of a small baby. Children of smoking parents are more prone to sudden infant death syndrome, respiratory diseases and other health and development problems.
- The tobacco smoke contains about 4000 chemical compounds, including 70 that cause cancer, even with passive smoking.
- Almost half of all children in the world are passive smokers, which significantly increases the risk of developing asthma. That is, every second child can become seriously ill only because adults are smoking nearby.
- Living and working with smokers by 22 percent increases the risk of lung cancer in people who have never smoked. The wives of heavy smokers are twice as likely to develop lung cancer as their non-smoking wives. Residents of apartment buildings can also be considered as passive smokers - if one person smokes in the stairwell or elevator, everyone else is at risk of getting sick or even dying from smoking-related diseases.
- Non-smoking bartenders and waiters get a daily dose of smoke and substances contained in it at the workplace, equivalent to 3-5 smoked cigarettes. In the mornings, they have a real nicotine "breaking", which takes place only after the start of the working day in the smoke.
- Every second smoker dies from smoking-related causes. Also, smoking is the main cause of lung cancer, and takes an average of 10–12 healthy years of life. For 10 years, you can: spend your grandson in the first grade and be with him at the time of receiving a school certificate, or get two or three higher education, or write 8-10 best-selling books, or study as a doctor.
- Worldwide, people smoke more than 15 billion cigarettes a day. These are 750 million packs, 75 million blocks, mountains of cigarette butts and other garbage.
Video of how a smoker's lungs spoil
WHO welcomes the historic decision of the High Court of Australia regarding the simple tobacco packaging law
August 15, 2012 - The World Health Organization warmly welcomes the historic decision of the High Court of Australia to reject the tobacco industry lawsuit and urges the whole world to follow the example of Australia, which has taken a tough stance on tobacco marketing.
World No Tobacco Day
May 2012 - “Tobacco Industry Intervention” is the theme chosen by WHO for the next World No Tobacco Day, which will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2012. The campaign will draw attention to the need to expose and repel the arrogant and increasingly aggressive attempts by the tobacco industry to undermine the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control because of the serious danger they pose to human health.
Proposed a new protocol to combat the illicit trade in tobacco products.
April 4, 2012 - After four years of negotiations, the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (IOE), with the participation of more than 135 countries, agreed on the text of the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. This is the first protocol to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. It sets out the rules for combating the illicit trade in tobacco products by controlling the supply chain.