Is it normal to hear noises when you stretch?

I heard little popping noises in my joints, is that normal?
Asked Mar 09, 2010
no that isnt normal unless your older

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Demi Lovato
Answered Mar 09, 2010
This is completely untrue. Please read my answer to understand why.
There's nothing wrong with hearing popping noises when you stretch. Speaking in reference to when people crack their knuckles, every joint in your body is full of a fluid, that's what keeps your joints from grinding away and heating up when you move, and over time, a small bubble of nitrogen builds up in your joints, and when you crack your knuckles, you're simply popping that little nitrogen bubble. Well something to consider is the fact that everybody is different. Different people get different amounts of nitrogen in different joints at different ages. You just naturally build up a lot of nitrogen in the joints that you bend when you stretch, so you hear popping. It's nothing to be alarmed about. Arthritis is associated with cracking your knuckles, but the misconception is that long term cracking results in arthritis, where the reality is that you only get arthritis from cracking your joints frequently. If your joints crack like 4 times a day, you have nothing to worry about. If you're constantly cracking your knuckles every 5 minutes, you'll probably get arthritis.
Answered Mar 10, 2010
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Answered Nov 12, 2019
IF you are old then its normal but if you are Young and still feel noises while stretching then its not Normal..
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Answered Nov 12, 2019

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