How do you crack knuckles?

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To crack your knuckles you simply pull back your knuckles in a 45 degree angle and it has to be up to 45 or else you might hurt your hand.

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Does knuckles from Sonic the Hedgehog crack his knuckles?

No he doesn't crack his knuckles. That's just his character name.

What makes knuckles crack?

what makes knuckles crack is carbon dioxide bubbles in your knuckles along with cartilage.

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You can't. They get bigger as you crack them. Don't crack your knuckles or you'll resort to big knuckles!

Can everyone crack their knuckles?

Not everyone can crack their knuckles. About half of those people who responded to an online poll could 'always' crack their knuckles, while a third could 'sometimes'. That leaves about 15 percent that said they could not crack their knuckles.

How many Americans crack their knuckles?

2 out of every 3 Americans crack their knuckles. There are some theories that say cracking the knuckles may be harmful and can cause arthritis.

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When you crack your knuckles do your hands swell?

No. Cracking your knuckles does not cause your hands to swell.

Are cracking knuckles okay?

Yes, depending on how often you do it. If you crack your knuckles a lot then you will continually have to crack them more unless you prevent yourself from doing so. Cracking your knuckles actually releases the nitrogen in between your joints.

What makes the sound when you crack your knuckles?

The sound you hear when you crack your knuckles is actually the sound of carbon dioxide gas bubbles bursting.

What is the name of the gas that is released after you crack your knuckles?

The gas released after cracking your knuckles is nitrogen gas, which forms bubbles in the synovial fluid surrounding the joints.

Do other animals crack their knuckles?

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