Discipline, motivation and practice. Be aware and when you catch yourself doing it, stop right away, and do something else. First, though think of something else you will do instead and do that instead (something healthy, or harmless). Walk, write in journal, (in this journal write down when and why you think of doing the behavior, what triggers it, etc). Enlist help from family and friends to remind you to stop when the see you doing it.
Use a rubber band around your wrist and snap it every time you find yourself wanting to crack your knuckles.
No. It Makes your knuckles swell up and never goes away. :\ So stop cracking your knuckles!!
Cracking your knuckles is something you might do out of habit. Many people find the noise of it to be annoying. You stop cracking your knuckles as you would stop any other habit, by turning your attention to something else when you go to do it. With time, you should find that you are cracking your knuckles less and less.
You can stop anytime you choose.
Cracking knuckles sound like cracking knuckles
Cracking your knuckles is just releasing the nitrogen in between your joints. Cracking your knuckles can cause you to crack them more often. Your knuckles may become larger from cracking them.
Cracking your knuckles can cause your knuckles to swell depending on how often you crack them.
I know cracking knuckles leads to fat knuckles when older. So cracking toe knuckles can be harmful. Their only good when you crack them while stretching, not for fun
I used to crack my knuckles all the time, but i managed to quit. how? well, whenever i felt like cracking i bent and straightened my fingers until the urge was gone, and after, maybe a week, i managed to stop
To stop clicking your knuckles, first you must distract yourself from your knuckles and whenever you are about to click, think about something else such as clicking your tongue for example... Wish you luck, Josh
Yes; you can squeeze something really hard when you feel the need to crack your knuckles.
Cracking your knuckles releases the nitrogen from in between your joints.
No. Cracking the knuckles does not damage tot he joint.
I hope you have a cracking time.The glass began cracking under the weight.Stop cracking your knuckles.
There are many ways but i have a habit of cracking my knuckles and i started wearing a rubber band sounds stupid i no but everytime i crack my knuckles i snap the rubber band on my wrist and its painful but it gets u thinking "if i crack my knuckles im going to be in my pain" hope this helped
Its a habit i do it and it is harmful try doing stuff to stop like i wear a rubber band every time i crack my knuckles i simply snap it on my wrist
Cracking your knuckles does not lead to arthritis, as some people may think. There is no treatment available for cracking your knuckles as it is not a medical condition.
When you crack your knuckles, your bones are rubbing together. That's what makes the cracking sound. It used to be beleived that cracking your knuckles caused arthridis, but that been prooved untrue.
No neither does cracking your knuckles
No, and I read somewhere that cracking your knuckles doesn't actually increase their size. Couldn't tell you where I read it though
There is no data linking swollen wrists with knuckle cracking. In fact, there is no data linking knuckle cracking with swollen knuckles or arthritis.
Its difficult to get rid of the habit of cracking your knuckles but you have to think of the risks of arthritis and other problems that may occur. What i usually do is either keep my fingers away from each other or have one hand occupied by twirling my pencil, tapping the desk, or crossing my arms. You just have to get the idea of cracking your knuckles out so you can get rid of that urge to pop them.
Well Cacking our knuckles Some people thing it causes arthritus, but actually the sound is caused by a various form of gasses that are being let off by the cracking sound, cracking your knuckles can also make your knuckles swell or puff, So it doesn't do anything to your BODY but it does do something to your knuckles!