Why Does My Back Crack?

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Your back normally cracks because there are some gases that escape the protective fluid barriers surrounding a certain joint. It is very normal for the back to crack and it is not harmful, unless you are experiencing some pain.
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1. Sit upright on a chair. Grasp the left side of the chair with your right hand and turn your torso to the left until you feel a good stretch or until your back cracks. 2. Do the
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1. Try stretching your back muscles without cracking your spine. You might feel tension in your back because of a strained or tight muscle, not a spinal issue. The movements listed
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Inside your spine is what is known as "spinal fluid. Small, empty pockets, much like bubbles, only with nothing in them, form occasionally in this fluid. When the pocket ruptures
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I put somebody much lighter than me (a female) to walk on my back.
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