bubbling sound in ears
recognize this sound? if you pop or crackyour joints, you probably do. what happens to our joints when we crack them? and is itbad for you? synovial fluid is this lubricant-like substance that's found in between your joints.it kind of looks like an egg yolk. so when you stretch out your joint, you are releasinggas, and that gas forms a bubble and it collapses and pops. in order to crack the same knuckleagain, you have to wait about 20 minutes for
bubbling sound in ears, the gas to return back to that fluid. so howis that different from a pop you hear when you stand up quickly? the sound you're probablyhearing then is the snapping sound tendons make when slide between muscles or over bones.when a joint moves, the tendon snaps quickly over and it makes a popping sound. so is theknuckle cracking habit safe? probably. donald
unger was sort of a self-described researcherwho chose to pop the joints in one of his hands for 60 years, but not the other one.and he wanted to find out if popping your knuckles would actually give you arthritis.after 60 years of doing it, he found that he didn't have any more arthritis in one handthan in the other. but there's still a chance it's not good for you. one 1990 did find thatcracking your knuckles over a long period of time led to hand swelling and decreasedscrip strength, but there hasn't been any follow-up research on that. so while crackingyour knuckles might not be bad for you, there's still no guarantee that your popping habitwon't annoy the people around you.