What to Do About POPPING & CRACKING BONES & JOINTS in the Morning?

… the fundamental points are:

  • If the noise isn’t accompanied by pain, don’t worry too much. If there is consistent pain though, go get it checked out!

  • If it happens from normal movement, it’s probably not a bad thing.

  • However, it’s probably not a good idea to continually force that sound (i.e. repetitive cracking of knuckles), even if it produces a “good sensation.”

  • Keep track of how your body feels (and sounds!) as you progress in your exercise regimen.

  • There’s nothing wrong with moving and stretching out, just don’t be forceful or overdo it, especially if you aren’t warmed up.

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