Independent study proves Allen Carr’s Easyway is the most effective quit smoking method
Oct 17, 2018
The leading quit smoking treatment, Allen Carr’s Easyway to Quit Smoking Seminars, which is completely drug free, has today received a major boost as a fully independent Randomised Control Trial (RCT) on behalf of the Irish Government has found that it is twice as effective as the techniques currently offered by the Irish Health Service (which include nicotine patches and gum). The trial results were reported in the BMJ’s Tobacco Control Journal on 26 October 2018.
Only 3% succeed.
Oct 16, 2017
Did you know that only 3% of people who try to quit smoking on their own actually succeed for longer than 1 year? Those odds aren’t very good. Furthermore, of the few people who do manage to succeed, many of them are miserable and still feel as though they are being deprived after months or years without smoking.
Why is quitting smoking so hard?
Oct 16, 2017
Many smokers continue to smoke long after the negative effects of smoking begin to outweigh the so-called “positive” effects. The brief relief that comes from smoking a cigarette is overshadowed by the fatigue, coughing, shortness of breath, and various other issues caused or exacerbated by smoking. A lot of people in this position have thought about quitting, some have tried, and yet, they find themselves lighting up day after day.
The secrets of the tobacco companies.
May 22, 2017
With the addiction taken care of, the other challenge for tobacco companies is getting people to smoke that first cigarette. This is where the media comes in! By targeting highly effective advertising campaigns at impressionable audiences, such as teenagers and young adults, tobacco companies portray smoking as sexy, cool, and rebellious. Not only are younger people more susceptible to manipulation from this type of marketing, but they are the most valuable customers. If a certain company gets a teenager to smoke their brand, he/she is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars as a lifetime customer!
BBC Radio Documentary
Jan 25, 2017
In advance of the 10th Anniversary of Allen Carr’s death (29/11/16) John Waite looks back at the life and work of Allen Carr who helped millions of people quit smoking with his books and clinics. Presenter John Waite was given “Access All Areas” permission to tour the Worldwide HQ of Allen Carr’s Easyway organisation in London, England, interviewing Allen Carr’s wife, Joyce Carr,Robin Hayley – Chairman, Allen Carr’s Easyway, and John Dicey – Worldwide CEO, Allen Carr’s Easyway – as well as smokers attending an Allen Carr’s Easyway Seminar during the tour.