What About The Dopamine Dummy?

Some felt that the involvement of dopamine in the addictive process disproved Carr’s assertion that there was no pleasure in smoking. Little did they know — years later he’d be proved right!
  • More in depth handling of “habit and triggers”
  • More about weight and appetite suppression
  • Self-harm issues
  • Depression & anxiety factors
  • Advice about weed/cannabis
  • The relationship between nicotine & dopamine

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Former 80-a-day smoker who was freed by Allen Carr. Now Global CEO & Senior Therapist at Allen Carr’s Easyway (since 1998) & co-author of Allen Carr books.

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John C. Dicey

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Former 80-a-day smoker who was freed by Allen Carr. Now Global CEO & Senior Therapist at Allen Carr’s Easyway (since 1998) & co-author of Allen Carr books.

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