Why Do Meth and Crack Addicts Contiously Move Their Jaws?

Question by Kyle: Why do meth and crack addicts contiously move their jaws?
I’ve seen people in person and on tv with meth and/or crack addictions. They are constantly “jawing”, moving their jaws from side to side. What causes them to do this? It looks really strange and it’s obvious when they are high because they do that non stop.

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Answer by donna tennessee
I guess its their nerves or maybe them wanting more of the drugs

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