Put That Fag Out! The Rocker's Guide To Giving Up Smoking, And A Quick Look At The 7,000 Year History Of Our Addiction To Nicotine.
It's a fun book. It's informative. It Could Help You Stop Smoking. So, do you wanna give up smoking, or not? Cos there's no room here for half-hearted wimps. If you don't really wanna do it, put the effing book back and stop wasting my time and your money. This is it! Forget the patches and the gum, and use supermarket shelf products to replace the sensation smoking brings to your body's most sensitive receptor; your tongue. This is the answer. Now is the time to give up for good, in one of the most pleasant ways possible. Your favourite rock songs; and maybe even some air-guitar playing to get those demons out of your system will also help you through when times get tough. So, what are you waiting for? The author, Alan Burridge smoked his first untipped Woodbine cigarette, lit from a burning car tyre in a neighbourhood friend's back garden, when he was 12. Once bitten, forever smitten, as they say, and from the age of 16 he averaged 15 to 20 a day for 38 years. Giving it up for open heart surgery to replace a hereditary faulty heart valve was not easy, and he still uses the methods described in this book today to keep him on track. Going to gigs played a large part in his life, and still does; and Cream, The Who, and Jimi Hendrix, were big influences on his early life. Since 1980 he has been the fan club boss for Motorheadbangers; Motorhead's official worldwide fan club, so he knows what being a rocker is all about.
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Nicotine is almost universally believed to be the major factor that motivates smoking and impedes cessation. Authorities such as the Surgeon General of the USA and the Royal College of Physicians in the UK have declared that nicotine is as addictive as heroin and cocaine. This book is a critique of the nicotine addiction hypothesis, based on a critical review of the research literature that purports to prove that nicotine is as addictive drug. The review is based on a re-examination of more than 700 articles and books on this subject, including animal and human experimental studies, effects of `nicotine replacement therapies', and many other relevant sources. This review concludes that on present evidence, there is every reason to reject the generally accepted theory that nicotine has a major role in cigarette smoking. A critical examination of the criteria for drug addiction demonstrates that none of these criteria is met by nicotine, and that it is much more likely that nicotine in fact limits rather than facilitates smoking.
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