How Much Pressure Does It Take to Break a Wrist?

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The amount of pressure it takes to break a wrist is usually 15 pounds. The pressure depends upon the physical fitness and bone strength of a person. Drinking lots of milk makes bones stronger. By strength training, and endurance exercises, the thickness of the wrist increases.
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