Process Analysis Essay
Chewing tobacco? What is it? And what can it do to a person’s health? Chewing tobacco is a smokeless tobacco, it’s usually flavored and people do it in place of smoking cigarettes. When people chew chewing tobacco they usually chew it between the cheek and gum, or upper lip teeth and chewing. In order to get a buzz or feeling from the chew it must be crushed with the teeth to release flavor or nicotine. There are many different types of chewing tobacco and different flavors. A few flavors are Beechnut Classic, Beechnut Wintergreen, Chattanooga Chew, Cooper Long Cut Wintergreen, Copenhagen Black, Copenhagen Long Cut, and Copenhagen long Cut Straight, plus tons of more flavors and brands. Quitting chewing isn’t easy and it is a long process to actually quit. You will go through a lot of symptoms and withdrawals and then cravings also.
With trying to quit any addiction there will be tons of different symptoms and with drawls that come with trying to quit your addiction. Some symptoms of quitting chewing are things like anger, frustration, irritability, anxiety, depression, and then weight gain. Other symptoms that don’t happen as often when trying to quit are things like headaches, dizziness, and even increased dreaming. A symptom that does happen a lot is a person will find a replacement for their craving. For instance instead of putting in a dip, the person could replace it with a piece of gum or candy!
Things that also happen to a person when trying to quit are nicotine cravings. Some of these cravings happen when you are around someone else who is chewing, starting the day off, feeling stressed, driving, drinking coffee, tea, or soda, drinking an alcoholic beverage, and or even just when you are bored. Cravings...