Tobacco is one of the most addictive substances known to man. Once you are addicted to smoking/chewing tobacco, it no longer remains a habit, but becomes a disease (research has shown changes in brain after addiction and these changes are not under control of the preson's will power).
The tricky part is not to quit tobacco chewing
, but to remain abstinent after that. There are very effective medicines available to reduce the urge or crave, which people find hard to resist. Consult a psychiatrist
for detailed evaluation and personalized management. All the best.