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Jointcrackers is a platform to learn everything there is to know about cracking / clicking / popping joints.

Do you regularly feel pressure rising in your knuckles, toes, ankles, spine, neck or other joints and just cannot stand not to release it by making the joint crack / click / pop / snap like an addiction?

How do I click a joint? Why do I feel that urge? Should / can I stop? Why are popping joints so little understood in the medical world? Is there any treatment?

If you can relate to or even answer any of the above questions, you have come to the right place! Join our community today!

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  • I just moved this site to a new server with same hardware spec and hoster but reduced cost whilst upgrading all major software components for better stability.
    The upgrades were long overdue, I am sorry for not doing this earlier. An upgrade a year or so ago failed partly and left the site in a weird state which led to some unneccessary instability I want to apologize for. Stability should now be much better hopefully.

    Moving forward, due to budget and time constraints I need to look into ways to recoup cost of maintaining and running this site. One approach would be to aim to enable Google Adwords, another apporach would be to ask you for donations. Feel free to post in the feedback category to discuss this to help in my decision finding process.

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  • A

    Hey I'm now 21. I'm experiencing the same things like you I've started fapping when I was 12. Now I'm 21. I too hear cracking sounds in bones. I too have fear, premature e*********n etc. I'm very upset that my life became a tragedy

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  • L

    I can crack my fingers (i just twist them side by side), my knuckles, my wrist (up & down), a joint in the middle of my head, my neck both ways, my elbows, my toes, my big toe (side by side)my knees, and i can pop my pelvis/hip bone.

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  • L

    Ah yes, this used to happen to me when i would run a lot. I would lean forward and they would pop or adjust themselves. It felt good but i dont get them as much mostly because im unable to exercise due to health issues.

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  • L

    Actually i have been able to crack something in the middle of my hand. I cant crack it a lot but there are rare times where i can crack it 3 times a day. Although i dont recommend doing it that many times a day since my hand has gotten a lot of pain from it. It feels good though!

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  • S

    That’s nice. But I believe that yoga is not just only for old people. I am 25 and I regularly attend yoga classes. So one doesn’t think about the age when you want to start yoga. Just grab a t-shirt, alo leggings and a yoga mat and join the nearest yoga class. There's nothing to worry about.

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  • G

    So I’ve been able to crack my jaw (only the right side for some reason) for as long as I can remember. It hasn’t really been an issue but now I’m kinda worried.

    So every time I crack my jaw I apply pressure on my too gums using my tongue to help but sometimes I can feel my front top two teeth shuft slightly. They go back if I suck my gums in a little.

    I have had braces and now I’m a bit worried that cracking my jaw might affect hiw my teeth are positioned? Does anyone else have this problem or any advise?

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  • A

    I can pop my right thumb over and again, but sometimes after doing it like a dozen or so times in a short period of time, it will stop and I have to give it like a 5 minute rest. But it's pretty rare that I pop it that excessively nowadays. And I try to avoid popping it around other people too often since the noise can get annoying. My toes and ankles pop pretty often too, but that's more recent (probably from dance).

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  • D

    Im a teenager and I've been able to crack my jaw for as long as I can remember. Whenever I asked someone else if they can do it, they have just looked at me wondering what the heck I am saying. That's why I came here. Seems like you guys have not had problems, but I have developed a lump in my throat. Any ideas if they are related? I would appreciate your feedback.

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  • Ya know how you get this amazing rush when you get a massive, just perfect neck or spine crack? I wonder if there have been any studies showing the effects of cracking on the brain. We could hook up one of those hats with all the wires on it and see the alpha, beta, theta and other brainwaves at the moment of crack. What do you think this will show?

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