Symptoms of a Deviated Septum
A deviated septum is the term used for when the thin wall located between your two nasal passages is pushed to one side. While there are some people who have crooked noses with a deviated septum, you cannot simply determine if you have one by looking at your nose. In many cases, you cannot tell at all. So, how do you know if you have a deviated septum?
- Trouble Breathing
- Frequent Nose Bleeds
- Frequent Cold Symptoms
- Headaches or Facial Pain
- Trouble Sleeping
All of the above symptoms can lead to trouble sleeping. Trouble breathing or a constantly runny nose will simply not allow you to get a good night’s rest.
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