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Excessive Neck Cracking

Post  helpmyhair1 on Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:28 am

About a few months ago, I've noticed that my neck cracks excessively. I mean that if I stretch my head to one side, it will make loud cracking sounds.. and then 5 minutes later, I can make it crack all over again. Its scaring me a bit and also coinciding with excessive hairloss.

My guess is that its one of the following:

1) Was taking high-dose magnesium citrate

2) take about couples grams of Vitamin K per day

3) I work from home and sit on a crappy couch most of the day which puts me in weird positions.. so perhaps its my posture?'

What do you guys think?

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Re: Excessive Neck Cracking

Post  Nanas on Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:59 am

stress. nothing else. lack of flow of energy in the system - lack of lubrication - dryness which comes from mental state - imo.
as they say - when stress goes energy flows.
Needs mental lubrication - as self expression , making love, meditatiion , yoga , breathing exercise, being with good ppl etc.

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Re: Excessive Neck Cracking

Post  helpmyhair1 on Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:27 pm

Still struggling with the excessive neck cracking... does anyone have an answer to this?

It literally cracks 15 - 20 times a day at least. I think it might be do to sitting in weird positions on the couch or excessive calcification.

CS, any ideas? Any thing I can do to reverse this calcification aside from Vitamin K2 and magnesium?

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Re: Excessive Neck Cracking

Post  Atlas on Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:02 am

In some cases it has to do with biomechanics.

Let's say your upper cervical has some kind of restriction (the upper cervical is responsible for about 85% of head rotation) the lower cervical spine has to compensate and therefore gets hypermobile / instable --> clicking joints.

It's just an example, there could be also restrictions in your upper thoracic spine etc..

That's at least my experience working in the field of manual medicine.
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