The Psychology Of Breaking The Chewing Tobacco Addiction-3u8547

UnCategorized For many people around the world, smokeless tobacco is at least something they have tried, if not something indulged in regularly. Most people associate smokeless tobacco with sports stars, and falsely believe that it is a safe alternative to smoking. Unfortunately for them, this can all too often prove dead wrong. All different types of people use this highly addictive substance and no one is safe, dependent on social status, race, or gender. The reasons for using smokeless tobacco vary widely from appetite control to generalized stress reduction. And this epidemic is hurting the world. Targeting the world’s future with the primary users being only teens and sometimes preteens, it is a debilitating substance. The truth of the matter is that teens and smokeless tobacco are getting to be excessively close to each other and creating lifelong habits and health risks that are just too great to be overlooked and too dangerous to be ignored. Adolescent use of smokeless tobacco is on the constant rise, with some users starting when they are only nine or ten years old. Rural Caucasian teens have the highest risk of using smokeless tobacco products, and if the teens live in a household with an adult user, their chances of following the trend rises dramatically. Approximately 9.3% of all high school students in the United States use smokeless tobacco products. Among the white male student body, the average is approximately 1 user in 5 students. But what are the effects of smokeless tobacco and what are the advantages and disadvantages of using it? On the plus side of course is "looking cool," and fitting in. It also causes an odd sensation in users by first calming them, by the release of dopamine in the brain, and then exciting them with a release of adrenaline. Also the appetite is suppressed. On the down side are consequences that make the reasons to chew look completely insubstantial. Use of smokeless tobacco causes a number of diseases, along with dental problems, bad breath, and of course the financial spending of the user to obtain smokeless tobacco. Most tobacco users with a can a day habit, over three decades at current prices will spend up to $50,000 on chewing tobacco in their lifetime, assuming they survive their addiction long enough. There are no known cures for either the gastrointestinal or the oral cancers smokeless tobacco brings, and this may cost a fortune in medical treatment and sadly, perhaps funeral expenses. Quitting smokeless tobacco is widely thought to be much harder than kicking the smoking habit. A part of the addiction is the tremendous amount of nicotine absorbed by the body when dipping or chewing. This amount is two times as much as that received from smoking a cigarette. But how can one beat their smokeless tobacco addiction? Various products are on the market to help people quit using snuff and chew, such as a product that uses the spearmint plant to mimic the tobacco without supplying the nicotine. And some success has come from receiving same shot that inhibits receptors in the body for smoking. But the best way to quit forever without withdrawal symptoms, stress, and weight gain is through hypnotherapy. Hypnosis offers a two-fold attack to the ritualistic dipping or chewing reflex built up by your prior habits and lifestyle choices. It first works to eliminate the psychological motivation for why you desire a dipp, and then it attacks the mental habit itself. First you’ll want to consider the emotional reasons. Dopamine is a "feel good" chemical produced in your body and released by your brain to create a feeling of pleasure. In times of stress, the dopamine produces a general feeling of well being. Some common occurrences of natural release include eating a large meal, or sexual relief. In other words, putting some chew into the mouth gives a sense pleasure and relaxation. The very essence of hypnosis is relaxation, and hypnotherapy is excellent for promoting stress relief and relaxation. Hypnotherapy also works to break the cycle of expectation that your mind creates. When you put in a chew after dinner, your mind begins to tell your body that you need a chew after every dinner. By inhibiting or eliminating this thought process, you won’t feel the need to habitually use smokeless tobacco. By extinguishing these two root causes of chewing tobacco use, hypnotherapy programs can eliminate the urge to chew or dipp, stopping your physical need for the extra dopamine release. Thus hypnotherapy works in freeing you from this harmful addiction and allows a stress free method of stopping. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: