Kicking Butts: Quit Smoking and Take Charge of Your Health

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American Cancer Society, Sep 1, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 112 pages
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These simple, practical, and specific strategies help smokers create quitting plans that make the most sense for them and offer the best possible chances of long-term success. With information on how to identify smoking patterns and establish long-term health goals; clear explanations of various quitting methods, tools and tips to help cope with triggers, cravings, withdrawal, stress, depression, and concerns about weight gain, this guide helps smokers to kick cigarettes out of their lives.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Facing the Challenges of Quitting
7
Its Up to You
29
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American Cancer Society is a trusted provider of unbiased general information and personalized cancer-related health information and guidance. Its goals emphasize prevention, early detection, and screening; comprehensive treatment information that can help patients make informed decisions; practical answers to patients' questions about work, insurance, money, and planning for the future; and strategies for coping with the physical symptoms and emotional effects of cancer.

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