Cracking your own back, or self manipulation of the spine, that is repeatedly performed may result in a hypermobility of the spinal joints. This means that the joints are less stable and move excessively, which may perpetuate pain and instability in the spine. If you spine feels like it is tense and needs to be popped or cracked, seek out a chiropractic physician or osteopathic physician who specializes in manipulation of the spine in order to have your back adjusted correctly.
cracking your butt is bad
Cracking you knuckles isn't bad as long as you push on them lightly.
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.
No neither does cracking your knuckles
If you keep cracking your back then it could be bad. But it wouldn't tell on you at a young age but when you get older it will.If it just crack with out anyone doing it to you or you doing it to your self no it's not bad
its not good
I wouldn't think so. I haven't had any bad luck from cracking them earlier than precisely Christmas day.
cracking knuckles is Not Good for health & not bad for health. only leads to sore fingers at the end of the day..
Usually the rubber will be hard and cracking
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No, because it can cause back injuries and screw up your back bone. DON'T DO IT!
Cracking your knuckles releases a gas that naturally forms in your joints. Cracking them isn't bad for you unless it causes pain.
no... simply because your not actually cracking bone... just popping air bubbles in between the joints that form from stress and tension
"Cracking" your back is not so bad at all if you are a young and healthy individual. The concern tends to be that there are some risks associated, such as fracture, sprain, strain, etc. These risks are very low when an adjustment ("cracking") is performed by a skilled professional, but when performed by yourself, or by another unskilled person, the risks increase. Even when performed by the unskilled, the risks tend to be relatively non-severe for young and healthy individuals. It should be noted that recent research has suggested that the "cracking" sound that comes from an adjustment of a joint has no therpeutic benefit in itself. It seems that it is rather the high velocity and low amplitude stretch of proprioceptive muculature that surrounds the joint that induced the therapeutic effect. Thus, simply "cracking" your own back by twisting yourself, etc. will not result in the same benefits of a proper adjustment by a skilled professional.
cracking would be a pretty bad scenario
Probably nothing. Knuckle cracking (which is similar) has been studied and there is no proof that it damages the joints over time.
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There is no indication that cracking your knuckles is harmful.
Cracking is correct, as in cracking an egg.