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    7 days is doable for anyone with these techniques.

    I read this book with the intention of familiarizing myself with different methods that smokers use to quit smoking. I have never smoked myself but several people close to me overcame it and it took them longer than 7 days. I’ve always heard the saying, ’30 days to make a habit, 31 days to break it’ The habit part can be broken much easier than the nicotine dependency, so I’ve heard. Any book about addiction is easily a controversial topic. Many people will swear by this method or that and it takes a lot of guts to write an indepth book and claim that it is a doable challenge. So let’s analyze this one shall we. At the beginning it states the reasons for quitting: live a healthier higher quality and perhaps longer life. It then begins the attack with setting objectives and goals. You can’t quit if you don’t specify what and when and how. A sample schedule of the day lets you visualize how easy or difficult this will actually be. Chapter 2- remove temptations. You don’t start a diet sitting at a computer all day next to a box of chocolates. You need to change your lifestyle and habits that make smoking easy to do. Here the anti drug is exercise. The more you exercise the less powerful your cravings will be. Day 4 is about relearning how to taste. Day 5 is about substituting good habits for the bad. Day 6 is surrounding yourself with different scents and Day 7 is rewarding yourself for completing your goal. There isn’t much science cited in any of these steps but they have the ring of common sense. Overall, a good book for setting a 7-day goal and sticking to it.

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