Books & Software

Any interested individual may visit e-stores like ebay or Amazon for browsing their indexes. A plenty of books and software are available. One may search through any popular search engine also. Many books, articles, journals are available on the Internet itself.
Quit and Stay Quit – A Personal Program to Stop Smoking : Quit & Stay Quit Nicotine Cessation Program by Terry A. Rustin

How To Quit Smoking Even If You Don’t Want To by Barbara Miller

The Tao Of Quitting Smoking by Joseph P. Weaver and Gary Toushek

Stop Smoking with America’s Foremost Hypnotist by Mesmer

American Lung Association 7 Steps to a Smoke-Free Life by Edwin B. Fisher

The Only Way to Stop Smoking Permanently – Allen Carr

The Tobacco Dependence Treatment Handbook: A Guide to Best Practices by David B. Abrams and Michael G. Goldstein

American Cancer Society’s Freshstart : 21 Days to Stop Smoking by Dee, Ph.D. Burton

Recovery from Smoking: Quitting with the 12 Step Process by Elizabeth Hanson Hoffman – L.S.W., A.C.S.W., Christopher Douglas Hoffman

The How to Quit Smoking and Not Gain Weight Cookbook by Mary Donkersloot
Lynda Hyder Ferry

How to Quit Smoking without Gaining Weight by Martin Katahn

Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking Allen Carr

Allen Carr’s Easy Way for Women to Stop Smoking by Allen Carr

Dying to Quit : Why We Smoke and How We Stop by Janet Brigham

Quit: Read This Book and Stop Smoking by Charles F. Wetherall

A Meditation to Help You Stop Smoking (Recovery Health Journeys Series) by Belleruth Naparstek

Self help hypnosis c/d to quit smoking

Give Up Stop Quit Smoking Self Hypnosis Hypnotherapy CD

How to Quit Smoking

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A Need of Willpower to Quit Smoking
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A Need of Willpower to Quit Smoking
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A Need of Willpower to Quit Smoking
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Nicotine Patches

Nicotine gum is a type of chewing gum that delivers nicotine to the body. It is used as an aid in nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a process for smoking cessation and quitting smokeless tobacco. The nicotine is delivered to the bloodstream via absorption by the tissues of the mouth.  It is available over-the-counter in Europe, the US and elsewhere. The pieces are usually available in individual foil packages and come in various flavors. Nicotine content is usually either 2 or 4 mg of nicotine. Popular brands include Nicotex, Nicorette, Nicogum, Nicotinell and Zonnic.  Alternative nicotine replacement products include the nicotine patch, nicotine pastilles/lozenges and the nicotine inhaler.

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Nicotine Inhalers

Nicotine gum is a type of chewing gum that delivers nicotine to the body. It is used as an aid in nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a process for smoking cessation and quitting smokeless tobacco. The nicotine is delivered to the bloodstream via absorption by the tissues of the mouth.  It is available over-the-counter in Europe, the US and elsewhere. The pieces are usually available in individual foil packages and come in various flavors. Nicotine content is usually either 2 or 4 mg of nicotine. Popular brands include Nicotex, Nicorette, Nicogum, Nicotinell and Zonnic.  Alternative nicotine replacement products include the nicotine patch, nicotine pastilles/lozenges and the nicotine inhaler.

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Nicotine Inhalers

Nicotine inhalers allows cigarette smokers to get nicotine without using tobacco, much like nicotine gum or a nicotine patch. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved some nicotine inhaler product(s?) for smoking cessation.[5] Nicotine inhalers that are marketed as nicotine replacement therapy should not be confused with electronic cigarettes, which produce an aerosol, usually from a tobacco extract, using a heating coil, while nicotine inhalers produce a noncombusted nicotine aerosol.[5] A study found that “levels of carcinogens and toxins in e-cigarettes typically exceeded those measured in an FDA-approved nicotine inhaler”.[5] Nicotine inhalers are also known by their nickname of “the puffer”. These devices are made of thin plastic, sometimes resembling a cigarette, or a cylinder shape. They contain a porous nicotine-filled plug, located in the base of the product. When you puff on the inhaler, nicotine aerosol is inhaled and absorbed in the mouth’s lining. Every inhaler delivers almost four hundred puffs of this nicotine vapor. The nicotine inhaler is also temperature sensitive. In cooler weather, less nicotine is delivered. The Nicotine Inhaler is considered easier to use than the electronic cigarette as it is usually disposable, and contains fewer parts than the electronic cigarette.

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Nicotine Lozenges

A nicotine lozenge is a tablet (usually flavored) that contains a dose of nicotine polacrilex, which dissolves slowly in the mouth to release nicotine over the course of 20 to 30 minutes. Nicotine lozenges are intended to help individuals quit smoking and are generally an over-the-counter medication. Nicotine lozenges are commonly found in 2 mg and 4 mg strengths, although other strengths may be found. The nicotine is absorbed through the lining of the mouth and enters the blood vessels. It is used as an aid in nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a process for smoking cessation.

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