Why Do My Bones Crack All the Time?

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Cracking joints are as a result of having arthritis or low synovial fluid in that joint. This fluid holds gases, and when the joint moves it can at times cause little bubbles of this gas. When they pop it can result to a clicking noise.
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The cracking of bones and knuckles is the popping of gas bubbles escaping from tendons, ligaments and joints. It's as if your bones are passing gas!
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