'If you follow my instructions you will be a happy non-smoker for the rest of your life.' That's a strong claim from Allen Carr, but as the world's leading quit smoking . 'I have observed the Allen Carr method, "The Easy Way to Stop Smoking' at first Smoking Permanently, Allen Carr's Easyweigh to Lose Weight, How to Stop. Read "Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking" by Allen Carr available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. 'If you follow my.

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I have smoked since I was 16 years old I am now 42 years old Quit at least 20 times in my life I will say I was "Negative Nelly" throughout the entire book, thinking I would read it and then smoke the next day I am NOT kidding you, I put that book down, smoked my last cigarette and went to bed I woke up a non smoker and never looked back.

It is so crazy awesome! I was skeptical just like you are whoever is reading this When I quit in the past I would hate to be around smokers because I wanted a cigarette My husband still smokes, I have NO problem sitting out there with him while he smokes and I drink a beer.

Yes, even drinking does not make me want a cigarette CRAZY right! I have tried to get him to read the book Have I mentioned I love this book. LOL Allen Carr saved my life!!!! If it does not work for you, you have spent a few bucks Almost 8 months now and still smoke free!

Not sure I'll keep updating but happened to be here. I've had a few 'light' cravings. Like, I'm distracted when I get in my car and have a passing thought about lighting a cig. This past month has been more stressful than before so I've found myself thinking about smoking more often. You build your life around smoking without even realizing it.

It takes time for new hopefully healthier habits to form, I'm honestly still figuring that out. I realized I keep forgetting to water my porch plants because I never go out there anymore!

Almost 6 months now and still smoke free. I can't remember the last craving I had to be honest. It's just pure relief not being a smoker anymore.

I remember having such anxiety about a family vacation to a theme park and worrying about where I'd smoke. I don't even think about smoking anymore and sometimes forget I even smoked. Time flies! I still have cravings every so often, a month depending.

Stress in particular brings them on of course, sometimes boredom. The cravings go away pretty quickly. I've only had a couple really bad cravings, hard to describe but more like I was able to get through them by actually imagining myself smoking and remembering that last horrible cigarette. I genuinely feel better. I can breathe better, I'm not gasping for air after walking up from the basement, and I don't cough crap up constantly. I didn't gain any weight and have recently started working out which helps me feel even better.

Do it. If it helps you, fantastic. If not, you're no worse off than you were before. Original review: I bought this book a week ago today and wish I could download a copy for every smoker on the planet.

I've been wanting to quit smoking for awhile said every smoker ever but was really nervous about it. I've been smoking for about 16 years, I started when I was I'd already backed out of one quit date about a month ago after talking to another smoker about going cold turkey he told me I'd kill someone and I chickened out.

But I'd gotten to the point I hated smoking. I was desperate for a solution and started researching. The nicotine replacement therapies NRTs are a crap shoot in terms of effectiveness.

The most effective way to quit and stay a non-smoker is cold turkey. However, all you hear about the cold turkey method is how horrible it is. I was trying to pump myself up and mentally prepare by watching youtube videos when I read about this book in the comments section.

I honestly thought it was a joke or some kind of scam when I first saw it. But I googled it and ended up on site. The reviews raved about how great this book is, how effective, and it made quitting so easy.


It got my hopes up but I was skeptical. I started reading, desperately hoping it works.

"allen carr"

I read it over a couple days, smoking more than I normally did as my quit day got closer. I hated it even more, wondering WTH I was doing. All because of this book. I thought I'd finished the few cigs I had left in my pack but didn't. I smoked less than half of my last cigarette, coughing and gagging the whole time.

I stubbed it out and haven't smoked since. I will never smoke again. Had I been at home and not work I would have cried from relief and I'm not a crier when I realized I'd smoked my last cigarette. I thought about smoking just one more, a last one to really remember it but I realized I didn't want it. I tossed the rest of my cigarettes and lighter in the trashcan when I got home. It's been one week. I've never tried to quit before so I don't really have anything to compare it to.

The first few days I felt quite antsy but happy. I was excited about being a non-smoker. The cravings pass pretty quickly and have gotten easier. I would just try to distract myself, I recommend having a list of things to do. I sew so I bought a bunch of fabric and picked out things to make. Aprons are a good one. There have been a few bad cravings but I went out on my porch where I used to smoke and stood out there for a few minutes taking some deep breaths. It really helped. Only once did I think about downloading cigarettes but I immediately realized that it was my addiction and not me that wanted me to download cigarettes.

I still have some cravings but it takes time for nicotine to leave your body. I'm still happy to be a non-smoker, pity those who still smoke but I no longer have the urge to sing from mountain tops and hug strangers which was a weird urge for me anyway.

But I do still feel overall happier or maybe relieved is a better way to put it.

Like a weight has been lifted. I don't know why this book worked for me and not others. Maybe because I was so desperate to quit, maybe because I really tried to follow what the book told me to do, or maybe I'm just lucky.

I'm just glad to have found it. This book is amazing and I'm so incredibly grateful for it. I hope this book gets talked about more, I plan on telling all the smokers I know about it.

If you're serious about getting people to quit, this book needs to be talked about and recommended. Please read this book and keep an open mind. What do you have to lose? If you have no clue as to how bad and addictive smoking is for you, this is good to read: Are you going to continue the rest of your life all day, every day, without ever being able to stop? So when will you stop? Next year? The year after? You have the chance. It's a chain reaction. If you smoke the next cigarette, it will lead to the next one and the next.

It's already happening to you. Instead of starting with the feeling 'Great! Have you heard the news? I haven't got to smoke any more,' he starts with a feeling of doom and gloom, as if he were trying to climb Everest, and he 62 firmly believes that once the little monster has got his hooks into you, you are hooked for life.

Many smokers even start the attempt by apologizing to their friends and relatives: I am trying to give up smoking. I will probably be irritable during the next few weeks.

Try to bear with me,' Most attempts are doomed before they start. The misery that the smoker is suffering has nothing to do with withdrawal pangs. True, they trigger them off, but the actual agony is in the mind and it is caused by doubt and uncertainty.

Because the smoker starts by feeling he is making a sacrifice, he begins to feel deprived -this is a form of stress.

One of the times when his brain tells him, 'Have a cigarette,' is a time of stress. Therefore as soon as he stops, he wants a cigarette. But now he can't have one because he has stopped smoking. This makes him more depressed, which sets the trigger off again. Instead of moping about it, say to yourself, 'I know what it is.

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It's the withdrawal pang from nicotine. That's what smokers suffer all their lives and that's what keeps them smoking. Non-smokers do not suffer these pangs.

It is another of the many evils of this drug. Isn't it marvelous I am purging this evil from my body! Many ex-smokers will have the occasional cigar or cigarette either as a 'special treat' or to convince themselves how awful they are. It does exactly that, but as soon as they put it out the nicotine starts to leave and a little voice at the back of their mind is saying, 'You want another one. While I am not enjoying them I won't get hooked.

They are already hooked. The trap that they fell into in the first place has claimed its victim again. The point is, you have no need to forget. Nothing bad is happening.

Something marvelous is taking place. My key take-away is this: So, in short:. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. All rights reserved. Want to join? Log in or sign up in seconds. Submit a new link.AND You have the chance. His name has not appeared on any hotel or motel at billowed from the pots, theyhurried out onto with personal interview I asked for. If you have not received any information after contact with Australia Post, please contact us to confirm that the details for delivery logged with us are correct.

Only once did I think about downloading cigarettes but I immediately realized that it was my addiction and not me that wanted me to download cigarettes.

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