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Older people and quitting smoking

C. Everett Koop

Older people and quitting smoking

by C. Everett Koop

  • 97 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service in [Rockville, Md.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aged -- Tobacco use.,
  • Cigarette habit -- Prevention.,
  • Tobacco use -- Prevention.,
  • Smoking -- Prevention.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC. Everett Koop.
    ContributionsUnited States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1] leaf ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15328573M

    Allen Carr was an author of books about quitting smoking and other psychological dependencies including alcohol addiction. He quit smoking after 33 years as a hundred-a-day chain smoker/5. Even quitting smoking at the age of 60 or older could prolong your life new report finds. By Daily Mail Reporter. Published: EDT, 13 June | Updated: EDT, 13 June

    Research has shown that people with a diagnosis of COPD are more likely to quit smoking than people with normal lung function, but some need extra help to get over the hurdles. A recent study published in the journal Pulmonary Medicine looked at smoking-cessation statistics for people with COPD in Finland.   One book that helped me get rid of my smoking addiction was also Allen Carr's “Easy Way to Stop Smoking”. It had a great impact on me. It is the highest-selling book on quitting smoking worldwide. I do not know if any other books have similar impacts but for me it surely made the difference.

    10 Overlooked Reasons to Quit Smoking. Heavy Smoking Linked to Heartburn. People who smoke for more than 20 years are 70% more likely to have acid reflux disease than Quitting Smoking Author: Charlene Laino. For older woman, smoking is associated with age‐related diseases such as osteoporosis and breast cancer. The good news is that quitting tobacco delivers almost immediate health benefits. Twenty minutes after quitting, your heart rate drops to a normal level and after 12 hours, carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.


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Older people and quitting smoking by C. Everett Koop Download PDF EPUB FB2

The basic premise of the book is that quitting smoking is easy and fun. The word "yippee" appears more than once. If you think of quitting as if you're giving something up, you're destined to fail.

Quitting tobacco isn't easy, especially if you've been using it for many years. It takes most people several attempts before they're able to quit for good. The key to success is to never give up trying. Many ex-smokers find it helpful to come up with a plan to help them through those first difficult days and weeks.

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Reading Allen Carr's The Easy Way to Stop Smoking can be a positive experience if you're looking to end your relationship with tobacco. The book, written by a former chain-smoker, has sold 15 million copies in its 30 years on the market.

The techniques Carr suggests have worked for many looking for help quitting smoking%(). The literature on risk perception in smoking shows that the distal nature of the health risks are a deterrent to quitting, particularly for young people, as they often hold optimistic beliefs about their ability to quit smoking prior to developing any smoking related health problems.

Any side effects from using pharmacological cessation aids Cited by: The program, Clear Horizons, is a page self-help guide and telephone counseling protocol specifically tailored for the smoking habits, quitting needs and lifestyles of older smokers. Developed following the principles of adult learning, Clear Horizons follows a magazine style format based on the AARP magazine Modern Maturity.

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The book is The Easy Way to Stop Smoking by the great Allen Carr. Many have probably already heard of it, but I would be remiss not to pass along what did so much good for me to as large an audience as possible (and I should note I have no affiliation with Allen Carr or his company whatsoever).

The disease consequence of smoking occurs disproportionately among the elderly because of the long duration of cumulative injury or change that underlies the bulk of tobacco-caused disease. Older smokers are less likely than younger smokers to attempt quitting, but they are more likely to be successful in the attempts that they do make to by: Best Quit Smoking Books – The Top 3 Books to Help you Along Your Way Each person has their own needs, and certain methods may work better for some than for others.

Here are three books that offer unique perspectives on quitting smoking – each being highly rated. Older people who smoke may feel it is too late in life for quitting to be worthwhile, but there are many compelling reasons why nurses should encourage them to do so.

This article, the second of five on smoking cessation, outlines the value and effectiveness of stop-smoking advice and interventions for older people. Allen Carr was a chain smoker for over thirty years.

After countless miserable attempts to quit, in he discovered what every smoker dreams of - an easy way to stop smoking. Carr is now widely regarded as the leading expert on stopping smoking/5().

Join Freedom From Smoking. Your journey to a smokefree life starts here. The Freedom From Smoking® group clinic features a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking.

Each session is designed to help smokers gain control over their behavior and achieve freedom from smoking. Introduction. Smoking causes premature deaths in the UK every day (Department of Health, ).

An estimated %of adults in the UK smoke (DH, ) and, although this represents a big improvement fromwhen 46% of the adult population smoked (Action on Smoking and Health, ), it shows how much more there is to do to reduce the number of people who smoke.

The 5 "R's" to Helping Motivate A Smoker to Quit "How to Win at Quitting Smoking" Look for the Book Seller: Stop Smoking, Stay Quit to buy from the author but fulfilled through Amazon.

VJ Sleight, Queen of Quitting. A former smoker, cancer thrivor and Tobacco Treatment Specialist. Allen Carr’s international bellseller, The Easy Way to Stop Smoking, has sold more than six million copies worldwide and helped to turn countless smokers into nonsmokers.

The Little Book of Quitting crystallizes key points of the Easyway™ method in a concise and readily accessible format. Carr’s method can enable any smoker to quit easily, painlessly, and permanent/5. Smoking also increases risks associated with oral contraceptive use and exposure to occupational hazards, such as asbestos.

Pipe and cigar smokers, if they do not inhale, are not as prone to lung cancer as cigarette smokers, but they are as likely to develop cancers of the mouth, larynx, and esophagus. I wasn’t sure how I’d do it.

Over the years I’d tried nicotine gum, going cold turkey and cutting back, but without success. Then a colleague told me about a book called Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking, first published in I noticed it was endorsed by Ellen DeGeneres: “Everybody who reads this book stops, and I stopped.”.

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Quitting has benefits at all ages. The best time to quit is NOW. Regardless of where you are in your decision to quit, this site will give you information, support.

Older Smokers and Quitting Success. Contrary to what you might think, quitting smoking later in life is not futile or even more difficult.

Older smokers are often more likely (and motivated) to quit for good than younger smokers. They've spent years developing a loathing for an addiction they now feel chained to.

Allen Carr's international bestseller, The Easy Way to Stop Smoking, has sold more than eleven million copies worldwide and helped to turn countless smokers into non-smokers.

The Little Book of Quitting crystallizes key points of the Easyway method in a concise and readily accessible format.

Carr's method can enable any smoker to quit easily and painlessly without needing willpower /5(27). The study also found that young adults, aged 18 to 24, are more likely to have tried to quit smoking than older adults, aged 50 to “Most previous studies focused on smokers aged 35 and older.