My Joints are cracking a lot does that mean i am missing a vitamin?
Yes Indeed for a start take vitamin E and Vitamin D for your bones.
Still if you don't feel the difference then just pray to god and he will make wonders in your life.
Still if you don't feel the difference then just pray to god and he will make wonders in your life.
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Answer . Well it sure can make the color of your urine flouresent. If you have recently started taking vitamins, you probably are becoming more health conscious and this means drinking more water. Hence, more trips to the bathroom. Thanks. From AAFGROUPIE: I just started taking multi-vitamins an…d it's making me have to pee a lot more than usual. I haven't changed my drinking habits at all, just added the vitamin, so there must be something to it!?!. I started taking the cardio vitamin pack from GNC and have been peeing all day every day and keep getting up when i lay down for be having to pee. I think there is something in there that make me pee. Are you taking the same ones ?. I am taking the One A Day Energy vitamins and I can't go more than an hour without having to pee. It gets pretty annoying. I wonder what is in there that makes us pee. Maybe it is the Vitamin B?. I've tried taking One A Day women's many many times, and always within a week I begin experiencing symptoms that resemble a urinary or bladder infection (frequent urination, feeling like I need to go but don't) and my mother-in-law who is a nurse practioner did some research and discovered that I suffer from a condition in which any change in the pH of my urine causes my bladder to become inflamed and makes me feel like I have an infection. I stopped taking them 3 days ago and I feel so much better! She also said that some people can suffer from this just by eating certain foods. So it may be worth it to stop taking them for a bit and see if it gets better. Otherwise, it will likely just get worse. ( Full Answer )
Answer . My sister-in-law has this problem with the right side of her neck. She sees a specialist who works with stretching the whole body, muscle electrical impulses and acupuncture and it's working.
WHY DO JOINTS CRACK?? Joints crack due to loss of protein,iron and iodine. mostly when we do not get enough nutrients essential to our body. eating fish bones and drinking milk daily can cure this. Old people get this joint cracking a lot. but sometimes when we these problems some times cann…ot get cured because it was too much. thank you lisa ( Full Answer )
Because sometimes the joints are stiff and when they are cracked it relaxes them. Cracking them also releases endorphins in your brain. Endorphins make you feel good. Their released during sex too. It's not harmful or anything it's just bubbles in the joints being popped.
Answer . This sounds like you need some essential fatty acids inside you and some gucosamine sulphate. Go to the healthfood shop like Holland and Barrats or another good reputable one and they will be able to give you lots of help. If theres no improvement after about one month to six weeks vist… your GP. x ( Full Answer )
Does it mean you are pregnant if you missed your period have a lot of symptoms of pregnancy but the pregnancy test said no?
If you have missed one period, and the pregnancy test said negative, the 'symptoms' of pregnancy may be mostly psychological.. It is possible to miss a period, or to have a late one. Wait another week, try another pregnancy test, and ensure you understand the directions fully.. A missed period doe…s not guarantee a pregnancy, but an over the counter pregnancy test does not guarantee the correct answer.. Stay calm, wait, and check again. You have lots of time and you have options regardless of whether you're pregnant or not.. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yes, but only slighty because the pot probably has more of an effect than the coke.. ^^^The answer above is mostly incorrect. See the blurb below to give you a little better idea of what a cocaine laced joint actually does...if anything, it's just exposing you to harmful chemicals rathe…r than having any sort of "high" effect.. Sometimes cocaine powder is also smoked. A small part of the cocaine gets into the blood through the lungs, which gives a short but heavy effect. Cocaine powder has a melting temperature of 197 o C. When the temperature gets higher the cocaine powder could evaporate and be smoked, but when it reaches that temperature the cocaine powder falls apart and/or burns. That is why cocaine powder can actually not be smoked. Even before it evaporates, it is no longer cocaine. So, most cocaine is lost by smoking, and only a small portion reaches the lungs. Smoking cocaine powder can cause small amounts of burned cocaine to get into the airways or the lungs. Moreover, other substances that are set free during the burning can reach the lungs and cause damage. Anyway, the lungs are well protected because the throat and airways bear the brunt of the damage. However, when the symptoms persist, please consult a doctor. ( Full Answer )
Two reasons, too much phosphorous in the weed or im not sure This happens to me and my doctor says there are airbubbles in between the joints. The cracking is you're bones moving (popping the bubble).
yes dummmy its called arthrites! Answer 2 In fact, it does harm your knuckles, but not arthritis. I'm the living proof. It doesn't hurt, but the joints I cracked are swollen. The XRay scans certainly didn't look pretty. Probably damaged ligaments said the doctor. In case you wonder: my general hea…lth is excellent, I have never broken a bone in my life and no one in my family has arthritis, neither do I. So, speaking from experience, please be careful. It does not make your fingers less functional, but it does make them ugly. That is, 3 to 5 millimeters extra on every side of a cracked knuckle. My currently malformed fingers give me a serious psychological strain. I always close my hands, slightly hiding it. In public I even try to imagine the viewing angle of others and turn my hands accordingly. Some dreams I have, like speaking in front of a public, will never come true just because of the fear it gives me. It's not a fun situation and if the damage could be reversed I would do so right away. Even now I hope for a future medical evolution making it possible to have this reversed. I've been cracking my fingers from age 10. That's when it all started. I saw an aunt doing it, and I wanted to try the same. I couldn't crack mine vertically, but with a little effort it did work horizontally. I've been very stressed during my youth and somehow this released my stress a bit. I gradually turned it into a habit. I cracked my fingers whenever I could, maybe every 15 to 30 minutes, almost every single day. I believe that from age 12-13 it became visible and towards age 15 it was rather severe. Over 15 years later I'm not where I wanted to be. My current job (webdeveloper) allows me to feel more comfortable, but my real dream would be to work with people, not with computers. As you can see, this has quite an impact. You may cope with it better than me, but I do not wish such a thing for you. ( Full Answer )
do something like shopping,go to ur friends house, party, that can divert ur attention so you will forget that person.... question who is that person?!! < :
Your body can not absorb vitamins after a certain point. You will expel what your body can't use. Certain vitamins can be harmful if taken in large doses. It is best if you can eat a well balanced diet and skip the vitamins all together. If you can't do that, than stick with a one a day vitamin. …Answer: Water soluble vitamins(Vit. B & C) are readily excreted from the body through urine hence rarely show any adverse effects but fat soluble vitamins(A,D & K) accumulate in the body causing toxicity. Fat soluble vitamin supplement should not be taken for more than 2-3months, although water soluble vitamins can be taken for longer duration. ( Full Answer )
Lack of vitamin B6 causes dry cracked lips... Top sources of vitamin b6. COD. TURKEY. BANANA. MANGO. CABBAGE. WHEATGERM. WHEATBRAN
gases in the synovial fluid inside your joints burst like a bubble causing that sound.
The urban legend is that cracking your knuckles causes arthritis. This not true. What happens is that when you hyper-extend a joint the synovial fluid (joint lubricant) decompresses and releases its dissolved gasses. The cracking sound comes from the gases rapidly being released from the fluid. … Medical problems can develop from knuckle cracking. These include hand swelling and loss of grip strength. These are related to soft tissue damage not bone damage. ( Full Answer )
No all it does is make an air bubble at the joint of your bones. It makes no affect whatsoever on your hand size. Your hand size is all determined by your genetics.
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It probably means that your cartilage is damaged and you are going into the middle stage of arthritis.
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.
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The cracking of knee joints is a bad sign of verse things to come, as it is aging of the bones and less calcium. You should also go visit your doctor and they will find a soulition.Or you can just put some kind of healing liquids(similar to water)like vasalean and in one whole month it is gone
Vitamin D is mostly received through ultraviolet rays (exposure to the sun), but it is also found in foods such as liver, fish liver oil and fish species such as Tuna or Salmon.
Foods or vitamins that help with joint pain Berries: Vitamin C-which is abundant in strawberries, blueberries and raspberries-may help slow wear and tear on your joints. A study from Boston University Medical Center shows that arthritis sufferers who had the highest vitamin C intake were three …times less likely to strain or injure their joints than those whose intake was lowest. The vitamin's antioxidant activity may keep free radicals from wreaking havoc. Plus, vitamin C plays an essential role in the formation of collagen, a key component of cartilage and bone. Try to get 120 milligrams daily, which can be provided by two oranges. Other vitamin C rich foods: cantaloupe and broccoli. A well-balanced diet can help you maintain bone strength and a healthy weight. Also, studies show that moderate amounts of certain vitamins and minerals can help ease some of the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis. â¢ calcium Most women with arthritis, especially those over 45 and women taking glucocorticoids, need calcium supplements to help to prevent the loss of bone that leads to osteoporosis. â¢ B vitamins Several B vitamins may help reduce joint inflammation and pain. Foods enriched in vitamin B-3 (niacin) include lean meats and fish, tofu, cottage cheese and sunflower seeds; vitamin B-5 (pantothenic acid) is found in meat, eggs, soybeans, wheat germ, whole grain cereals, lentils and peanuts contain; and vitamin B-6 is found in meat, fish, whole grains, wheat germ, whole wheat, bananas and soybeans. â¢ vitamin C Some studies have suggested that vitamin C may reduce the risk and progression of osteoarthritis . Foods high in vitamin C include broccoli, red peppers, citrus fruits, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach and strawberries. â¢ vitamin D Osteoporosis may progress faster in women with low levels of vitamin D, because the vitamin helps calcium to protect bones and joint s. Foods high in vitamin D include fortified dairy products and fish such as salmon, halibut, sea bass, tuna, cod and herring. â¢ vitamin E This vitamin helps ease osteoarthritis pain and leg cramps. Foods high in vitamin E include almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, sunflower and safflower seeds, wheat germ and whole wheat flour, and various fruits and vegetables. ( Full Answer )
No it doesn't. This is a common misconception. Your joints contain fluid which assist in cushioning and preventing the two or more bones from grinding against each other. Cracking your knuckles or joints forces the fluid into other parts of the joint. The popping noise comes from the high pressured …rushing of fluid. Rheumatoid arthritis is characterised by the loss of joint fluid from the joint, but it results from damage to the linings of the joint itself. There is no evidence to prove that high pressure fluid flushing causes damage to the joint linings. The concept of arthritis being able to be caused by cracking your joints is just an urban myth.No Arthritis and Cracking Knuckles The reason people associate knuckle-cracking with arthritis is because it makes a cracking noise and, if something cracks, it must be being damaged. However, the truth is that nothing is being cracked. A joint is any place where the ends of two bones meet. Where the bones come together they have a covering of "articular cartilage." This is surrounded by the "joint capsule," inside of which there is synovial fluid. Synovial fluid is the lubricant for the joint and also serves as a source of nutrients for the cells that look after the cartilage. Synovial fluid has dissolved oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide within it. When the right pressure is applied to a joint, the area inside the joint capsule expands. However, the expansion is limited by how much synovial fluid is contained in the joint. Synovial fluid cannot expand unless pressure inside the joint capsule drops and the dissolved gases can escape out of the fluid. The cracking sound comes from the gases rapidly being released from the fluid. There have been a few studies to see whether or not cracking knuckles caused arthritis. None have found that there was an increase of arthritis among knuckle-crackers; nevertheless, a relationship was discovered between knuckle-cracking, hand swelling and lower grip strength, damage to ligaments surrounding the joints and dislocation of tendons. The conclusion of the studies indicated that while knuckle-cracking was not associated with arthritis, it was associated with damage to ligaments that surround the joint and dislocation of tendons. There may also be a connection with soft tissue injuries. cracking your knuckles will not cause arthritis, However actual cracking bone can lead to certain types of arthritic pain in the future. on some people it might be bad four them ,but to me it fells good it's just air bubbles in your fingers it wont do any thing. There is no evidence that cracking the knuckles caused arthritis. In the first place no one knows exactly what arthritis is. they only know what the symptoms of arthritis are. cracking the knuckles does not appear to increase the chances of people developing arthritis. The cracking noise is caused by gasses from the sinovial fluid Nitrogen, Oxygen and CO2 being allowed to escape when the joint is forced apart. While it does not cause arthritis It does cause some swelling in the joints joint displacement Stretching of the ligaments and weakening of the grip. It does NOT. Research has been done and found that knuckle cracking does NOT cause arthritis. A retrospective case-control study examined the hand radiographs of 215 people (aged 50 to 89) and asked if and how often the subjects cracked their knuckles over their life (1). The study concluded that knuckle-cracking did not cause hand osteoarthritis, no matter how many years or how often a person cracked their knuckles. Reference: 1)Deweber K, Olszewski M, Ortolano R. Knuckle cracking and hand osteoarthritis. J Am Board Fam Med. 2011 Mar-Apr;24(2):169-74. N0 No cracking of joints will not cause arthritis. the sound made by this habit is the release of gasses from the synovial joints and is in itself not particularly harmful. however the habit does cause irritation to the joints and brings about unnecessary stretching to ligaments surrounding the joints. There is no evidence available at al that cracking joints leads to arthritis . The cracking sound is a result of gas being released from the synovial joint. In fact, it does harm your knuckles! I'm the living proof. It doesn't hurt, but the joints I cracked are swollen. The X Ray scans certainly didn't look pretty. Probably damaged ligaments said the doctor. In case you wonder: my general health is excellent, I have never broken a bone in my life and no one in my family has arthritis, neither do I. So, speaking from experience, please be careful. It does not make your fingers less functional, but it does make them ugly. That is, 3 to 5 millimeters extra on every side of a cracked knuckle. My currently malformed fingers give me a serious psychological strain. I always close my hands, slightly hiding it. In public I even try to imagine the viewing angle of others and turn my hands accordingly. Some dreams I have, like speaking in front of a public, will never come true just because of the fear it gives me. It's not a fun situation and if the damage could be reversed I would do so right away. Even now I hope for a future medical evolution making it possible to have this reversed. I've been cracking my fingers from age 10. That's when it all started. I saw an aunt doing it, and I wanted to try the same. I couldn't crack mine vertically, but with a little effort it did work horizontally. I've been very stressed during my youth and somehow this released my stress a bit. I gradually turned it into a habit. I cracked my fingers whenever I could, maybe every 15 to 30 minutes, almost every single day. I believe that from age 12-13 it became visible and towards age 15 it was rather severe. Over 15 years later I'm not where I wanted to be. My current job (webdeveloper) allows me to feel more comfortable, but my real dream would be to work with people, not with computers. As you can see, this has quite an impact. You may cope with it better than me, but I do not wish such a thing for you. i have been cracking my knuckles since i was 4 i whatched a film called monsters ink and the big monster guy craked his knuckles and i tryed the same i am now 13 and my fingers hurt a little so i am taking this as a warning that you probly will get Jon problems when you are older although my jointes are already messed up so that ould just be me ( Full Answer )
Very unlikely. There are many possible causes including; eczema, under-active thyroid, diabetes, fungal infection, not drying hands properly, cold weather etc. Worth having a general health check?
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No it is not bad at all. The cracking noise comes from a gas bubble in your joint. I have always cracked my joints for as long as I can remember and they always feel better after I crack them. To some people it is gross, but 25% of the United States have a habit of doing it.
Bits of cartilage are torn away every time you crack a joint. When you feel like you need to crack a part of your body you often dont crack the right place. The only reason you feel good is because there is a chemical release in the body that tells your brain "that feels good." the effects of crack…ing joints are injury of the ligaments surrounding the joint or dislocation of the tendons ( attachments of muscles to bones) which improved with conservative treatment. also studies have been shown that people who crack their knuckles have reduced grip strength than people who dont. ( Full Answer )
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A cracked boot itself won't cause a CV joint to make noise. However, a cracked boot WILL cause the grease to be slung out and allow dirt to enter the CV joint. And a contaminated CV joint that is starved for lubricant WILL eventually start to make noise.
no... simply because your not actually cracking bone... justpopping air bubbles in between the joints that form from stress andtension
When too much of any vitamin or mineral is absorbed in to the body it is called a toxicity. If too much vitamin A is absorbed the toxicity symptoms are bone defects such as weakened bones or osteoporosis that can cause fractures and birth defects. Birth defects are less common but vitamin A suppleme…nts are not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy. If there is a chronic vitamin A toxicity it can cause liver abnormalities. Acute toxicity symptoms include blurred vision, nausea, vomiting, vertigo, headaches, and pressure in the skull. The maximum amount of vitamin A that can be absorbed before symptoms may appear, or Upper Level, for adults is 3000 Î¼g (micrograms) per day. ( Full Answer )
Vitamin B-6 is known to have mild diuretic effects, especially when taken in larger doses; yes it would cause you to pee more than usual.
Vitamin C! They Got Scurvy If They had A Lack Of Vitamin C. That is why the British sailor's were called limeys, because they would eat lots of limes to prevent scurvy.
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all vegetables and fruits also dairy products like milk and cheese eggs fries milk oatmeal has a large amount of several different vitamins Vitamins are vital foods!
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Different vitamins are needed for different things. You will probably have a vitamin deficiency. For instance, if you don't get enough of Vitamin A, you skin and vision may become unhealthy.
My joints have cracked for years. Usually feels good when I crack them. As I age, more joints are cracking. Its getting a bit ridiculous. So far on the web, consensus seems to be that without pain, there's no real problem; but don't crack your fingers constantly. I find taking chondroitin glucosami…ne MSM helps me not constant crack my lower back, neck, and ankles that was starting to worry me. i'd like to figure out if its ok for long term use... ( Full Answer )
Well ive been told you go to court and your parents go to court and thats all
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It is a common myth that cracking your knuckles causes arthritis , but it is not true. It is, however, annoying!!
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Although many people believe that it can or may cause arthritis, it is proven not to have any serious or mild negative outcomes
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Vitamins are essential for all body functions like growth, repair of tissues and to maintain normal metabolism. These are naturally occurring compounds present in most foods. The human body cannot produce vitamins and therefore has to acquire them from external sources.
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If you're attempting to treat yourself at home (not recommended),simply run the injured area under warm water & gently pressagainst it to reduce the chance of an abscess forming. If the areaswells or bubbles largely, see a doctor immediately; otherwise, usea warm compress, cleanse it with alcohol, &… then leave italone. It's important to watch the area for a few days; if an infectiondevelops (redness, swelling, blisters, numbness, pain, etc.) see adoctor as soon as possible for an antibiotic treatment. As scary asit will be, tell nurses & doctors the truth for thereason that they cannot treat you properly if you do not tell themexactly what happened & what you injected. ( Full Answer )