Anybody able to crack more joints whenever it's colder?
I can pop a metatarsus joint in my right foot year round. But, I can only pop
the same joint in my left foot when it's relatively cold and less humid. And it started popping a few days ago, right on schedule.
Anybody else have this sort of thing happen to them?
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Absolutely, there is some kind of connection between temperature and let's say "joint comfort".
Just yesterday it was freaking cold and promptly I had much higher joint discomfort than usual, literally forcing multiple cracks to make it bearable.
Also see Positive effect of warm water / warmth on joint pains