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 cannot get cured because it was too much.
"Cracking joints" are an interesting and poorly understood phenomenon. There are many theories as to why joints crack or pop, but the exact cause is simply not known.
gases in the synovial fluid inside your joints burst like a bubble causing that sound.
because youre messed up
Don't crack your joints and don't work too hard
A joint is a crack in rock; a fault is a crack in rock along which the rocks have been displaced.
No. Your knuckles crack because of gas bubbles formed in the joints under pressure.
Smaller pieces of concrete tend to crack less.
You do not have joints in your tongue so you cannot crack or pop it
Bubbles of Gas
articular surfaces of bone rub against each other
It is simply the air in your joints shifting around as you move
So, You will not crack your head or damage your brain.
popping air bubbles trapped in your joints. Forcing so joint to crack however can cause problems later in life
Your joints are releasing the synovial fluid and makes a cracking noise.
It is safe if you do it once or twice, but it is actually bad for your joints, so don't do it.
its kind of like when you crack your knuckles, cartilage in your knees under pressure against other cartilage and your weight may make them crack , may have gassy joints even
Actually it is air being released into the joints.
It is a common myth that cracking your knuckles causes arthritis, but it is not true. It is, however, annoying!!
Bones do not bend directly, they bend at the joints (points at which two bones meet).
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.
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 glucosamine 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...
i was told that there are little bubbles in between your joints and that when you crack your knuckles it just pops them, and will not lead to arthritis
yes, and no. I always crack my neck, and I'm just fine. However, many people say that its bad for your joints and neck ligaments. If your neck is feeling stiff it'll making you want to crack it; which loosens your ligaments and makes you feel better for a while. But then it'll just tighten up again; its a cycle, and it wears down ur joints and ligaments. Or so they say.
Two reasons, too much phosphorous in the weed or im not sureThis happens to me and my doctor says there are airbubbles in between the joints. The cracking is you're bones moving (popping the bubble).
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 cracking 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.