Allen John Carr  (2 September 1934 – 29 November 2006) was a British author of books about stopping smoking and other psychological dependencies including alcohol addiction . Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Philosophy 1.2 Easyway 2 Personal life 3 Selected publications 3.1 Nicotine 3.2 Alcohol 3.3 Overeating / unhealthy eating 3.4 Fear of flying
Allen Carr became a qualified accountant in 1958. He was successful in his chosen profession, but his 100 cigarettes-a-day addiction was driving him to despair. In 1983, after countless failed attempts to stop with the aid of the willpower method, he finally discovered what the world had been waiting for – the Easy Way to Stop Smoking.
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About Allen Carr’s Easyway Internationally renowned for over 30 years, the method has helped over 50 million people to freedom in over 50 countries worldwide. Allen Carr’s Easyway centres have a 90% success rate based on 3 month money back guarantee for their stop smoking, alcohol and quit drugs programmes. Read more
by Allen Carr ( 5,916 ) $7.99 Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking is a self-help classic, with over 20m copies sold worldwide. It has been a #1 bestseller in nine European countries. It outsells all other quit smoking titles combined. This edition has been developed specifically for smokers in the US.
Allen Carr, possibly the world's most successful anti-smoking guru, has died of lung cancer at his home in Spain, aged 72. He smoked up to 100 cigarettes a day, then quit in 1983, at the age of 48,...
Allen Carr’s Easyway has announced a partnership with the WHO on their 2021 “Commit to Quit” campaign, alongside such global brands as Amazon, Google and Facebook. This campaign aims to increase global access to cession services and support at least 100 million people as they try to quit smoking permanently.
Allen Carr’s Easyway method has been clinically proven in two randomised controlled trials. The results show it to be as good as, if not better than the UK’s gold standard NHS 1-1 Stop Smoking Service 1 and almost twice as effective as the Irish Governments Quit.ie service 2 . It does not require the use of any drugs or nicotine products.