Squishy sound when turning head
These sounds and sensations can occur in the neck as well. One example is feeling a cracking sensation in the neck when turning the head to back up a car. If I tip my head shoulder to shoulder, side to side, or when I walk up stairs I have squishy/crunchy sounds at the back of my neck/base of skull. If this is at the base of your head where the spine connects, you're likely hearing What makes the squishy "sound" in your neck when you get a neck rub?.
When I turn my head side to side it squishes and crackles. If I push on my face hard and drag my fingers down it I can make the crackling sound sometimes. The sliding of a tendon or muscle over bone can produce a cracking sound as you turn your head, though if the noise is accompanied by pain. Today I noticed some cracking-like sounds when moving my head I've been listening to it since I noticed it, and I feel like it's more of a squishy sound. Or both.
As if there is no fluid to cushion the skull there and every head turn is I call mine a squishy sound, and I don't hear it unless the room is quiet. It's not a sound coming from bones, or from turning your head. Don't say arthritis, because that's not it either. It's like it comes right out of my. Crepitus normally is a medical term used for a popping or grinding sound that sometimes comes from various parts of the body especially the.