royalty

620d

I always have to crack and pop my joints otherwise they start hurting a lot. Anyone else have to do this as well? It's definitely become a habit lol

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    • coopty

      614d

      I do it allllll the time! It's kinda embarrassing tho when something pops really loud in public tho🤣

    • UnluckyUnicorn

      620d

      Me! Though they do it on their own too. Call me rice krispies because I go snap, crackle, and pop

    • 300gecs

      620d

      I do it too

    • royalty

      620d

      Oh yeah mine have definitely been doing it on their own a lot lately. My hips and back will crack when I stand up and my ankles crack when I walk around. I'm only 18 but my body acts like I'm 80 😂😅

    • Messymexi

      620d

      Yes and I've been told not to but I literally cannot help it but then I have a physical therapist that lets me crack myself into place after he adjusts me

    • Messymexi

      620d

      Also do be careful though! I crack my finger joints frequently and accidentally dislocated a couple times and subluxed way more

    • Jadie

      619d

      Omg yes I have this wrist that will lock into place unless I pop it and it gets painful. Most of the time popping it fixes it entirely but sometimes it gets worse if i dont do it perfectly.

    • Chloi213

      618d

      I do all the time especially my knees!!!

    • coopty

      614d

      I do it allllll the time! It's kinda embarrassing tho when something pops really loud in public tho🤣

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