270 pages / July 2017 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)
A smoking cessation specialist’s fun and clever guide to quitting.
Determination, perseverance, a trip to a smoking cessation clinic and reading are all important in your quest to quit smoking. But somehow it always ends in failure, making you feel weak-willed and eventually giving up all together.
The author insists, actually, that it has nothing to do with a weak will.
He says it’s unwise to rely on your willpower to reach your goals. Before trying to quit, it’s important to know what type of dependency you have: physical, behavioral or psychological. Just choosing to “go for it” isn’t the right way to quit successfully.
Simply put, as long as you know what type of addiction you have, you can quit without much effort or willpower. This book, written by a medical specialist with 18 years of experience in mindfulness, neurology and psychology, provides an easy way to quit smoking.
Are you ready to quit for good?
Chapter 1 Why is it so hard to quit smoking?
Chapter 2 Three reasons why you can’t quit
Chapter 3 How to get over a physical addiction
Chapter 4 How to get over a behavioral addiction
Chapter 5 How to get over a psychological addiction
Chapter 6 Exercise self-control for better results
Chapter 7 Your life will improve after you quit smoking
Discussions about second-hand smoke and price hikes have brought a lot of attention to cigarette smoking, and many smokers are looking to quit.
I’m not a smoker, but this book taught me a lot about brain science, psychology and mindfulness. Although I don’t smoke, I sometimes binge drink, and I realized that this book could also help many people achieve sobriety.
This book provides the definitive method for giving up cigarettes, and I hope it reaches to people who needs it.