No If's Ands or Butts: The Smoker's Guide to Quitting

If you're a smoker and you want to stop but just don't know how, No If's, And's or Butts is for you. Written by a medical doctor and a practicing psychologist, No If's, And's or Butts guides you through the maze of all the major techniques, products, drugs, and services that promise to help you break the habit.

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If you're a smoker and you want to stop but just don't know how, No If's, And's or Butts is for you. Written by a medical doctor and a practicing psychologist, No If's, And's or Butts guides you through the maze of all the major techniques, products, drugs, and services that promise to help you break the habit. Using plain English, this book first explains what the habit-breaking method is all about, how long it takes, and how much it costs. It then tells you how well that technique really works.

No If's, And's or Butts is divided into three parts.

  • Part One sets the stage by teaching you about the phases of quitting.
  • Part Two examines all the available treatments, products, and drugs--from simple counseling, to hypnosis, to over-the-counter aids, to prescription-only items. It also discusses the latest "hot" products, such as the nicotine patch and the tiny cigarette signal computer.
  • And, once you've chosen the tactic or device that's right for you, Part Three helps you put your own unique smoking-cessation program to work so that you can become and--most important--remain a nonsmoker.

No If's, And's or Butts allows you to find the technique that's right for both you and your pocketbook. And it does all this without making you feel guilty or fearful. When you're ready to quit, you'll find No If's, And's or Butts a great starting point.

About the Author

Dr. Harlan Krumholz is a graduate of Yale College. He received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and his Masters in Health Policies and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Medicine specializing in cardiovascular disease. His articles have appeared in a number of prestigious medical journals. He and his family reside in southern Connecticut.

Dr. Robert H. Phillips is a licensed psychologist and the director of the Center for Coping With Chronic Illnesses, a multi-service organization offering private and group counseling to individuals with chronic conditions and their families. Dr. Phillips is the author of seven successful books. He and his family reside on the north shore of Long Island, New York.

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