Spine cracking when breathing in
Apr 12, 2005 For many years now, when i take a deep breath something in my upper spine pops. like as if you were cracking your knuckles or something. It is not painfull, but kinda worrysome. I have just recently been diagnosed with a bulging L4L5 and a herniated L5S1 and both my Primary and Neurosurgeon said that it is not relatedAug 15, 2018 It is very easy to get cracking sounds from the upper back (the thoracic spine) as there are 7 joints for each of the 12 spinal levels. Some people naturally have noisier joints than others, so it may be just your particular body type. spine cracking when breathing in
Nov 29, 2011 Back cracking when breathing. deleteduser. About a year ago my back began to crack when I inhale right around the middle it almost feels like it's in my chest. It's a very small popping, like a knuckle crack or something, and it isn't every time, just about every 10 breaths or so. More often some days, less often others.
How can the answer be improved? I'm 22 and a chiropractic student and have had the same crackling noise (NOT cracking) for years and my cervical spine was xrayed and I have hypolordosis of my neck ( straighter neck than normal), I have been in 2 RTAs and play rugby a lot (involving alot of neck traumas such as whiplash).spine cracking when breathing in Answer. When you take a deep breath in, you are likely extending some of the joints in your spine, leading to cavitation. Although this is the most common cause of 'cracking' (and totally benign, of no medical significance), there are other causes of cracking noises as well that would need to be evaluated.
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Dec 14, 2015 yeah so everytime i take a breath thats a little deeper than my automatic breathing my upper backs makes a cracking sound. it just started recently too like a few weeks ago. its not painful or anything just weird. spine cracking when breathing in Why Your Back Cracks When You Breathe In. The most common cause of your back cracking while breathing is a cavitation of the costovertebral joint. This can be due to underlying muscle tension. People often carry tons of tension in their upper back muscles causing their muscles to become tight. This can be contributing to your back cracking when you breathe in, because your rib cage is