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Date:1/6/2009

MOUNT VERNON, N.Y., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- For over 30 years, psychiatrist, anesthesiologist and addiction therapist Dr. Balasa Prasad has helped thousands of people including many celebrities to free themselves from addictions and phobias through his innovative and highly effective treatment program. His program combines a cutting edge philosophy known as Universal Sense along with his trademark Turning Point Treatments to help individuals vanquish their vices.

In order to accomplish this step, his program integrates Eastern philosophy and ultra short acting anesthetic agents to help a person to disengage from his addictions and phobias to enjoy a natural high forever.

If this is your first time trying to kick the habit, his book "Stop Smoking For Good" introduces you to new ways to address the underlying psychological triggers that enslave you to smoking. His radical approach offers an inspirational and practical 6-step plan for first-time quitters and those who have failed with other methods. The reader will find out what is their addictive profile with the help of insightful questionnaires, which in turn helps them to understand the depth of their addiction and the obstacles they will face when trying to quit. He puts the reader on the path to becoming a comfortable nonsmoker by avoiding the temptations that lure many back to the habit and eliminate the mentality of addiction so that they find closure and leave smoking behind permanently.

Praise for the book "Stop Smoking For Good."

"This book is for smokers who are serious about kicking the habit forever. Dr. Prasad meticulously dissects the smoking habit and, most important, shows how to beat it. He did it for me and it changed my life and the lives of those around me."

-Judge Judy Sheindlin, author of "Don't Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining," and star of the "Judge Judy" TV show.

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SOURCE Balasa L. Prasad, M.D.
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