Smoking: Quit with Whole Body Wellness! Comprehensive Advice on Preventing and Healing the Effects of Smoking

Smoking: Quit with Whole Body Wellness! Comprehensive Advice on Preventing and Healing the Effects of Smoking

by Irfan Ali, George Barnett

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Smoking: Quit with Whole Body Wellness! Comprehensive Advice on Preventing and Healing the Effects of Smoking by Irfan Ali, George Barnett

Of Wanton Smoking and Tantalizing Health!

Quit with Whole Body Wellness introduces an innovative and unrivaled approach to quit smoking-entirely different from the conventional ones. This approach is built around a health-centric goal: first you learn the best health solutions to adopt during smoking to keep yourself healthy and fit, and second you're shown the natural and healthy way to stop smoking. You can call it a Smokers' Health Guide.

What happens actually that sick and tired of smoking you often search out the stop smoking material to help you quit. Even though a lot you find and learn, you miserably fail to shun such a nasty health bully. This way unfortunately, you not only fail to quit but also keep on affording apocalyptic health loss.

Why not you, therefore, grapple with this spiteful smoking curse being more innovative and cunning?

Very simple! Boost your health and make yourself better at facing the smoking agony, and adopt a natural and healthy plan leading to quit smoking. This is a wiser approach as it tells you how to remain in good shape during smoking, and learn how to eventually quit. You can call it a double-edged strategy.

So, this wellness book has a bit different sort of mission: building indomitable defense against smoking by exploring cutting-edge secrets, wading through information being engaging, inspiring, and awakening, and finally lead you to quit smoking.

The Interplay of Smoking and Health


  • Learn On Smoking and Health
  • Build Your Defenses
  • Seek Authentic Advice
  • Know The Final Way-Out

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Tags: Smoking, Quit Smoking, Cigarette Smoking, Smoking Cessation, Stop Smoking, Smoking Addiction

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517417024
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/28/2015
Pages: 74
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.15(d)

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Smoking: Quit with Whole Body Wellness! Comprehensive Advice on Preventing and Healing the Effects of Smoking 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite Smoking: Quit with Your Whole Body! - Comprehensive Advice on Preventing and Healing the Effects of Smoking by George Barnett and Irfan Ali is a complete study on how smoking plays havoc with one's life. It mentions the hazardous constituents of cigarette smoke, like nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide, and other harmful chemicals present - about 43 cancer-causing agents and about 400 toxins. The specific effects of smoking and resulting health problems like needing extra vitamin E and greater links to erectile dysfunction are noted. Smoking cessation aids like those blocking the nicotine receptor, Nicotine Patch, Nicotine Gum and others are introduced, explaining the functions, benefits and correct use of these products. This book presents the good around us to enjoy other than smoking, by giving us a broad lecture on the benefits of a healthy diet and good lifestyle with regular exercise. How smoking can hinder this, like simple indigestion, is also briefly touched upon. The desire, I think, to quit smoking should take place as a natural response, perhaps as the author intended. Hence this book is “not to give you scientific evidence of each and everything, but to provide you with comprehensive guidance and suggestions in a digestible and engaging manner to arouse your interest on the subject: preventing and healing the effects of smoking.” This is a very good book; it contains a lot of information. A bulleted list or other methods to alleviate stress, as well as an index, would have been helpful additions.