Recommended Quit Smoking Books

Quite simply the people who read the most are the most successful in life, regardless of occupation. If your looking for further information, or the motivation to quit smoking take the first step and read, then read some more. Knowledge is power!

Top 5 Recommended Books

American Lung Association 7 Steps to a Smoke-Free Life

The book is organized interactively, presenting information that will help you understand your habit and break it, worksheets, and checklists that you fill out to personalize your plan, and frequent "quick quit tips" of suggestions and motivation. Even if you've tried unsuccessfully to quit before, this book will prove full of useful tips to help you become an ex-smoker

No-Nag, No-Guilt, Do-It-Your-Own-Way Guide to Quitting Smoking

If you are one of millions of smokers who are torn between the desire to smoke and the desire to stop, award-winning medical writer Dr. Tom Ferguson has the answers. With this reasoned, responsible, and practical program, he can help you control, reduce, and quit smoking on your terms. He'll show you how to :Pinpoint the psychological factors behind your habit, as well as alternative ways to handle them; use exercise, stress management, and a prudent diet to reduce your desire to smoke, and much more.

How to Quit Smoking Even If You Don't Want To

(Downloadable version available)

People often say, "I am not ready to quit smoking." This book gives you a step by step plan that will show you how to get ready to quit. Quitting smoking is like going into battle. With this plan in place you will be ready to win!

How to Quit Smoking Without Gaining Weight

Do you rely on smoking to keep your weight in check? Are you afraid to quit smoking because you're worried about gaining weight? Have you gained weight after quitting smoking...and gone back to smoking with hopes of losing the weight? If you answered YES to any of these questions, it's time to learn

If Only I Could Quit: Recovering From Nicotine Addiction by Karen Casey (1987-05-01)

Karen Casy has combined the experiences found in 24 personal stories and the strength of Twelve Step philosophy to create a three-month, one-day-at-a-time program to begin recovery from nicotine addiction