How can you break your arm on purpose?

One of the most common causes of a broken arm is falling onto an outstretched hand, or just falling and hitting it at just the right angle to snap the bone. Another common cause is trauma such as a car accident or someone dropping something heavy on it at work, etc. Full Body Contact sports, such as football, ice hockey are also common causes of arm injuries.

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If you are trying to break your own arm, purposely, WikiAnswers does NOT give advice on how to harm your body. PLEASE do not try to break your arm or any other bone in your body. If you need someone to talk to people are available 24/7 to listen and help you. Call 1-800-273-TALK if you live in the US (for more numbers and support in different countries click on the link below).

If you are trying to break your own arm/injure yourself purposely- in order to stay home and avoid school (final exams/ a social event/ a court date/visiting the in-laws etc)...

You can end up permanently damaging yourself, to the point where you may never be able to move or play sports the way you used to. So don't harm your healthy, injury-free body. Plus, it hurts like hell...so unless, you are ready for 2 months of immobility and extreme pain, leave your arm alone.