Why Does Every Sit-up Of Bones And Joints Sit Like It Sounds?
At night, I want to ask why when I do sit-up movements like my bones are ringing, or when I sleep on my back then raise both legs straight up so that my body forms an angle of 90 ° after that decrease both sounds that appear again, whether it’s bone or joints, I feel it sounds on the left crotch, does not hurt at all or interfere with my motion activity, please help me what treatment should I do to eliminate it. thanks. 🙂
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience with a sound in the groin, can be caused by a variety of possibilities. Among them are the condition of bones that shift, muscle or connective tissue such as tendons that are too tight, lack of fluid lubricating the joints, and disorders of the cartilage. This condition can also be caused by a particular syndrome called Snapping hip syndrome which is sometimes accompanied by pain and muscle weakness. Those who experience this condition are generally those who do repetitive movements on their hips (such as sit ups), dancers and young athletes.
In your case, we cannot confirm whether you really have the syndrome or not without direct examination. We also need to make sure since when this condition occurs, how long you have been exercising, which body parts are sounding and at what movements. Our advice, to avoid misunderstanding, you should check your condition with a bone doctor. The handling you will receive later will depend on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, regardless of what causes it, reduce the movement. If your goal is to train your abdominal muscles, you can do other movements besides sit ups, such as planks, Russian twist, crunches, or if the goal is to get rid of belly fat, you can do cardio sports like jogging, jumping rope, biking or swimming. So, hopefully answering your question.