All depends on how you crack them. Cracking your back by stretching it or your neck by rolling it around shouldn't cause any damage. But, if you use your hands to twist your neck around to get it to pop, you risk possibly damaging the vertebrae in your neck (either slipping,cracking, or even possibly rupturing a disk in extreme cases).
No, because it can cause back injuries and screw up your back bone. DON'T DO IT!
It isn't good... But cracking knuckles and other joints doesnt cause any damage. However if you crack your neck and back, there is a possibility of pinching a nerve or straining a muscle so be careful.
No neither does cracking your knuckles
its not good
The pressure points that cause really severe damage are: The neck, between the ribs and the lower back.
Yes you can , I was playing with my computer chair , and bent it in toward my lower back whilst sitting on it , it cracked my back , but I now have nerve damage , trouble swallowing/breathing along with sleeping. To be Honest It's ruined a huge part in my life. You only get one spine , so take very good care of it , see a professional about cracking your back , if you have enough money go see the chiropracter.
Yes, it can kill because it will crack the spine and the spine is the back bone of the body and if the back bone is broken then it is inevitable that the person will die
RA can cause damage in the joints of the back leading to compression of nerves passing between them. in some instances this can lead to spasms.
The heat generated by the converter can back up into the engine and damage it. Cause it to overheat, blow a head gasket or damage the heads.
Yes, excessive back combing (or "teasing") the hair will cause breakage.
Some women experience cramping in their back while they are menstruating and look for ways to relieve this tension, including cracking their back. Although there is not medical consensus that says that cracking your back is necessarily bad for you, most medical professionals recommend finding other more effective ways to relieve tension.
Lower back pain is often caused by muscle strain or damage to the lumbar spinal cord.
Probably nothing. Knuckle cracking (which is similar) has been studied and there is no proof that it damages the joints over time.
No, knuckle cracking does not lead to arthritis. It is an old tale told over and over again. The human condition is to link every action with a negative or positive effect. Because there is a "cracking" sound, the human condition is to consider this action bad. All that is occurring is the rapid release of gases from the joint capsule back into the blood stream. There is no harm in this. Also, there has never been a legitimate study that said that "knuckle-crackers" were more prone to arthritis. On another note, there have been studies saying that the excessive and unnatural movement of the joints such as "knuckle-cracking," can cause ligament damage and even dislocation of tendons. Hope this helps!
P waves typically cause little to no damage when it comes to buildings, because buildings are usually built to withhold a back-and-forth motion (being the most common motion). I hope this helps. :)
Yes it is, depending on the source of the water and and if a leak; the duration of the leak. Ask back as to the cause of the water damage to see if it would be a covered loss.
the part of the brain that causes sight is at the back of the head, so a strong blow to the back of the head, enough to damage the brain
Your motor movement and coordination may be affected. Hitting the back of the head could cause damage to the cerebellum
yes it will unless u ask someone to do it for you
no,It just makes it slower to grow
Yes, it could cause damage. The most frequent cause of catalytic converter failure is the fact they become clogged up with residual foreign matter. This 'clogging' can cause restricted flow of the exhaust gases to the tail pipe and cause back pressure in the engine.
Yes, if you so it then you could make your neck and back fall off! =O