Walt Stoll, M.D. calls Smith's book "comprehensive" and his approach "unique." Stoll, author of "Saving Yourself (From the Disease-Care Crisis)" and "Recapture Your Health,"
Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) December 1, 2009
Izabella had tried to quit countless times during her eight-year addiction to nicotine, smoking at least a pack a day.
Nothing worked--hypnosis, nicotine patches, inhalers, cold turkey--but she refused to give up. She discovered the book "I Legally Sold Drugs: Changing Mindsets for a Smoke-Free You" and has been smoke-free ever since.
Author Kevin Arthur Smith grew up around smoking, beginning the habit himself at age 13. After 15 years of smoking a pack day and numerous failed attempts to quit, Smith finally created his own holistic and practical approach to quit. Months after breaking free from his cigarette addiction, Smith went on to purchase a gas station where it felt like he “legally sold drugs” by selling over a million packages of cigarettes. During this six year period Smith would share his method of quitting with his customers. With help from his customers this method of quitting was starting to become very effective. Each time someone would quit they would add a new technique to it.
Finally After years of seeing the devastating effects smoking was causing his customer’s and their families, Smith decided to change the way he was making his living. In July of 2008 Smith sold his gas station and decided to write a quit smoking book. A year later “I legally Sold Drugs: Changing Mindset for a Smoke Free you was published.”
Walt Stoll, M.D. calls Smith's book "comprehensive" and his approach "unique." Stoll, author of "Saving Yourself (From the Disease-Care Crisis)" and "Recapture Your Health," said that he has studied many other smoking cessation programs.
"I can see how this method could help even the most addicted smoker," Dr. Stoll said.
Izabella said the book "opened her eyes" to what she was doing to her health and it led her to break from the routines that she had formed around smoking, such as lighting up with coffee, after a meal or when on the phone.
Jan Novotny, a pack-a-day smoker for 15 years, was motivated to quit for financial and health reasons. After reading Smith's book, he was able to change his habits, which in turn reduced his physical craving.
"The method is simple," Novotny said. "It breaks down habits. I've tried to quit three times before. It seems so much easier now."
Smith actually advises the smoker to continue lighting up while reading the book over the course of 28 days. He said that they will change their mindset and slowly challenge their addiction every day.
This method takes the fear of failure out of the equation, which in turn shows the reader how easy it really is to break free.
With a 90 percent success rate Smith offers a 100 percent money back guarantee for any smoker who fails using his method.
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