often i have trouble getting to sleep. i can be affected by stress easily. i always do my best to relax before bed, but i find myslef fretting about things that i have no control over. and it always ...
It has been scientifically proven that if you don't eat a lot of pizza puffs and hotdogs you are more susceptible to this terrible disease that tends to only infect idiots.
So my question to you is, are you an idiot? Start eating pizza puffs and hotdogs IMMEDIATELY and your bones will start feeling better.
that happens before you die.
JK thats normal my doctor told me
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i guess that's normal
go ask a doctor
that happens to me to...i think its normal
# 1 mileyfan
your bones cant crack. if they cracked then your bone would be broken. Whats cracking is your (i think) your joints. because every time i bend my knee it cracks and same w/ my ankle
It just means that your ligaments connecting your bones stretch when you move, forming a vacum that creates a pop, it's nothing bad, and it's not nearly anything that involves arthritis. This is completely normal.
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You should get an adjustment from a chiropractor. Your bones are out of alignment. You could keep "cracking", but an adjustment would feel better! I go to one regularly. The poster above is right. Bones don't crack...what keeps them working property is out of whack.
i heard its just gas releasing, maybe you are double jointed...i heard people that crack their knuckles are less arthritic, i might be a blessing...
it's from not getting proper nutrients like milk.... if your nee's crack you need protein and milf stuff like that.. other joints r the same..
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It''s not your bones, it's your joints. If it's really loud I'd see a doctor. Arthritis is a b!^(h
mine do too, but i dont know if its bad or not
fingers crossed! o_O
Almost everyone has a crack or two somewhere in their body. This is nothing to worry about.
People who exercise regularly are more likely to have them, but as long as they're not painful it'll be all right.
its kinda normal happened to me sometimes,they usualy crack becasue you dont move that much,if it realy is serious and you think it is serious go to a docter
1 in 6 billion
happens to me to , anytime I bend my knees crack, I can crack all my fingers and toes and my neck and my elbow and my wrist and my ankle and the sad thing is im only 15, yeh its pretty normal
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could be from your spine being out of whack. You may want to get an X-Ray done on your back to see if any verbrates are out of place. I know when my back is acting up on me my joints crack alot.
Its OK nothing to worry about , my sister had the same as a teen and now she is in her 30s ,and she still cracks
I've always had that my doc said for me its the onset of arthritis, but every ones body is different.
Your joints can make a variety of sounds: popping, cracking, grinding, and snapping. The joints that "crack" are the knuckles, knees, ankles, back, and neck. There are different reasons why these joints "sound off".
Escaping gases: Scientists explain that synovial fluid present in your joints acts as a lubricant. The fluid contains the gases oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide. When you pop or crack a joint, you stretch the joint capsule. Gas is rapidly released, which forms bubbles. In order to crack the same knuckle again, you have to wait until the gases return to the synovial fluid.
Movement of joints, tendons and ligaments: When a joint moves, the tendonâ€™s position changes and moves slightly out of place. You may hear a snapping sound as the tendon returns to its original position. In addition, your ligaments may tighten as you move your joints. This commonly occurs in your knee or ankle, and can make a cracking sound.
Rough surfaces: Arthritic joints make sounds caused by the loss of smooth cartilage and the roughness of the joint surface.
Is joint cracking harmful? If you are feeling pain when your joints pop, than you should seek a health care professional. In terms of knuckle cracking, some studies show that knuckle cracking does not cause serious harm. Other studies show that repetitive knuckle cracking can do some damage to the soft tissue of the joint. It may also lead to a weak grip and a swelling hand.