Can cracking your own back and neck cause any long- or short-term damage?
All depends on how you crack them. Cracking your back by stretching it or your neck by rolling it around shouldn't cause any damage. But, if you use your hands to twist your neck around to get it to pop, you risk possibly damaging the vertebrae in your neck (either slipping,cracking, or even possibly rupturing a disk in extreme cases).
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The answer is yes. This is not to say that injury always happens, but continual/repeating "cracking" of the spine can lead to serious problems. When one pops his own joints, t…he sound is only nitrogen gas released due to the negative pressure within the joint capsule. The problem can arise from chronic overstress of the supporting ligaments. When a person feels the need to "pop" his neck, for example, he generally does so out of a need to release a certain amount of tension or discomfort that has built up in the joint structures. This is due to misalignments of the vertebral structures, or a fixation of the spinal joint(s). As the person pops his neck, he most often only pops the structures of least resistance and not the structure of greatest fixation. (This is why there always seems to be a continual desire to pop the joint again, just shortly after already being popped.) Because the fixation remains, there is an incredible motivation to repeat the "self-correction." This supposedly harmless pop sound is only gas released from the tissues, but this only happens as a result of a person putting a great deal of stress into the joint. This stress stretches the ligaments of the surrounding joint, leaving them more and more unstable with every pop. Perpetual instability also occurs, because the original fixation is not corrected. The spine is designed to move as a unit. If a motor unit is not moving correctly, the joints above, below, or both will compensate by moving more than they should. This gives the body the same amount of movement, but with a side-effect of hypermobility. Again, self adjusting only adds to greater hypermobility and greater instability. When the structure of the spine reaches a certain level of instability, the body fixes it by creating a brace. In other words the joint grows a bone bridge between the two vertebrae, permanently stabalizing the joint by a process called osteophytosis. This is also is known as osteoarthritis of the spine, or degenerative joint disease. This is permanent/irreversable, not to mention serious. This creates a great deal of problems for the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system. So why does the body do this? It's just not willing to risk the danger that spinal instability poses to the body. The risks with instability include paralysis or death. The body is doing what it believes to be in its best interest, even if you're not pleased by its performance (it definitely hasn't been pleased with yours). A chiropractor is trained to eliminate the fixation of the problematic joints of the spine. The motion is done with much greater speed and precision than any person can do to themselves. By using greater acceleration in the adjustment, they eliminate more torque and damage into the joint. (Think of pulling a table cloth off of a set table with the greatest amount of speed posible, compared to a much slower pulling of the table cloth. The faster the pull, the cleaner the outcome.) Plus, chiropractors are moving the joint in a specific vector of correction, not just popping it any which way for releif. Their technique allows the correction of spinal distortion with minimal negative effects on the body. This game of self correction is more than popping knuckles. It effects spinal integrity, and therefor the central nervous system.
Yes you can , I was playing with my computer chair , and bent it in toward my lower back whilst sitting on it , it cracked my back , but I now have nerve damage , trouble swal…lowing/breathing along with sleeping. To be Honest It's ruined a huge part in my life. You only get one spine , so take very good care of it , see a professional about cracking your back , if you have enough money go see the chiropracter.
well they're manufacturer mouthpieces so they won't work as well as a C-star but I've been playing on a 4c for YEARS and it's made me perfectly happy.
5c:pretty tough =o 1) there should be 2 exits at the bottom left, so put on portal in each, then let go of the ball 2) The ball will bounce/roll and pass the 2 point thing…s, and the moment it passes through the second, pause and restart the whole thing (this is to make sure the ball will fall straight). 3) move the left bottom portal,(which is facing right) to the top right exit (which is facing down), then let go of the ball. Let it go through the portal, and by the time it has gone through and is about to touch the bottom, pause the ball, and move the bottom left portal to the exit that is facing the other portal 4) let it gain some speed, and once it cant go much faster, pause the ball. 5) leave the bottom right portal alone, and move the other one at the bottom left, the exit *facing* the blackhole thing. The speed will catch it, and it will teleport the ball to the last point thing 6) reverse every thing to the start, and move the bottom right portal to the top left, the one almost facing the finish, then let go of the ball.
C: 278.15K When you are finding the value of temperatureCelsius in Kelvin, add 273.15k to the Celsius temperature to obtainthe value of Kelvin. It is also 41 F.
A level 5a is higher. This is how it works: n 1c 1b 1a 2c 2b 2a 3c 3b 3a 4c 4b 4a 5c 5b 5a ect. Student from BGP. N.S.S
The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand fo…r any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensical. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade.
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until its at full charge you should just check it with a battery tester no other way of knowing a lot of chargers have built in testers
whats 7c + 5c+=
In Math and Arithmetic
You can't tell a thing about -5c+9 until you know what 'c' is. And every time 'c' changes, -5c+9 changes.
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C=7. I'll show my work. 5c-8=27. 5c=35. C=7
(5c) x (100) = 500c