But consider this: Is it worth it? For what reason do you need to break your arm? Does the long-term damage of breaking a bone not outweigh the benefits that it would provide? Surely there is no good reason for breaking your arm.
Time and time again, you see young people asking questions online about how they can break a bone in their body or fake an illness for the sake of missing classes, being able to get out of important engagements, or to be able to skip tryouts for sports teams when their parents are pushing them.
Instead of doing something as dangerous as breaking your arm, why not look for other solutions? If you want to skip class, then more fool you! Skipping class will have long-term effects on your future, just like breaking your arm would. Staying in class would allow you to keep a healthy body and strong bones, as well as secure a good future in the career of your choice.
If you’re being pushed by your parents to try out for a sports team, then why not talk to them? Instead of breaking your arm, you could simply get around the problem by talking. If talking doesn’t help, then get in touch with the school instead, and talk to somebody else about your problems.
Just don’t go breaking your bones and damaging your body for no reason. There is no good reason out there why you should want to harm yourself.