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There have been several studies conducted in different conditions and with different specific goals (such as companies testing the efficacy for their own analysis or in the context of a randomized controlled trial for comparison with the NHS). Below you can see FOUR different independent academic trials carried out which, we think you will agree, prove that the best chance you will ever have to stop smoking is to attend an Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking seminar. The longest standing survey, listed first, shows a success rate for Easyway clients of 53% after 12 months.
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“The book was great! But I’m still smoking. Why go to a clinic?”
Moshammer, H., Neuberger, M. (2007). Long term success of short smoking cessation seminars supported by occupational health care. Addictive Behaviours 32(7), 1486-1493
UK Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway as good as, if not better than the Gold Standard NHS Programme which uses NRT and 1-1 psychological support.
Frings D, Albery IP, Moss AC, Brunger H, Burghela M, White S, & Wood KV (2020). Comparison of Allen Carrs Easyway Programme with a specialist behavioural and pharmacological smoking cessation support service. A randomised controlled trial. Addiction 115: doi: 10.1111/add.14897
National 12 month Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway almost twice as effective as other smoking cessation methods available on Health Service.
Keoghan. S., Li, S., Clancy. L. (2018) Allen Carrs Easyway to Stop Smoking, a randomised clinical trial. BMJ Tobacco Control Issue 4 Volume 28
Smokers following Allen Carr’s Easyway were about 6 times more likely to be abstinent, assessed after 13 months compared to similar smokers in the general population.
Dijkstra, A., Zuidema, R., Vos, D., Van Kalken, M. The effectiveness of the Allen Carr smoking cessation training in companies tested in a quasi-experimental design. BMC Public Healthvolume 14 Article number 952 (2014)
Allen Carrs Easyway to Stop Smoking has been operating with a phenomenal record of success since 1983. In this time clinics have been set up in 50 different countries and Allens book has sold more than 17 million copies in over 30 languages. The key to Easyways success is the knowledge that smoking is chiefly a psychological problem and therefore it must have a chiefly psychological solution. It is clean, safe and instant.
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How successful are we?
Allen Carr’s Easyway has the highest success rate by far of any stop smoking method. A study published in the journal Addictive Behaviours in November 2006 showed that the 3 month success rate for a smoker attending the five hour Allen Carr Easyway Programme is over 70%; after 12 months it is 53.3% The NHS’s own figures (Scotland 2009) show a 12 month success rate of just 7%.
Method
12 month success rate
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There have been several studies conducted in different conditions and with different specific goals (such as companies testing the efficacy for their own analysis or in the context of a randomized controlled trial for comparison with the NHS). Below, you can see FOUR different independent academic trials carried out which, we think you will agree that the best chance you will ever have to stop smoking is to attend an Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking Seminar. The longest standing survey, listed first, backed up by more recent ones, shows a success rate for Easyway clients of :
53% after 12 months
Moshammer, H., Neuberger, M. (2007). Long term success of short smoking cessation seminars supported by occupational health care. Addictive Behaviours 32(7)
UK Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway as good as, if not better than the Gold Standard NHS Programme which uses NRT and 1-1 psychological support.
Frings D, Albery IP, Moss AC, Brunger H, Burghela M, White S, & Wood KV (2020). Comparison of Allen Carr’s Easyway Programme with a specialist behavioural and pharmacological smoking cessation support service. A randomised controlled trial. Addiction 115: doi:
National 12 month Clinical Trial finds Allen Carr’s Easyway almost twice as effective as other smoking cessation methods available on Health Service.
Keoghan. S., Li, S., Clancy. L. (2018) Allen Carr’s Easyway to Stop Smoking, a randomised clinical trial. BMJ Tobacco Control Issue 4
Smokers following Allen Carr’s Easyway were about 6 times more likely to be abstinent, assessed after 13 months compared to similar smokers in the general population.
Dijkstra, A., Zuidema, R., Vos, D., Van Kalken, M. The effectiveness of the Allen Carr smoking cessation training in companies tested in a quasi-experimental design. BMC Public Healthvolume 14
“The book was great! But I’m still smoking. Why go to a clinic?”
We know why this happens. Click the book and we’ll show you.

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