I am a 19 year old femas and have had trouble breathing through my nose as long as i can remember.
I get shortness of breath often, when doing things such as kissing my partner and have to pull away coz i lose my breath. I always have a "cold" basically a runny nose and snore really heavily. I also breathe very heavily and is quite embaressing for me as it is so noticable.
If anyone has any solutions for this then i would really appreciate it as it's starting to get me down.
I don't know about the heavy breathing but I'd see an ENT doc if I were you. My daughter had the same problems and she had a deviated septum. She had surgery in August and has much improved since then. She can now breath through her nose and sleeps much better at night.
What kind of surgery did she have? Did the surgery hurt? Did your daughter feel as if she could not breath well through one side of her nose? Does she still have little problems or did completely vanished?
I would truly appreciate if you answered my questions....I have been having problems with my breathing over 19 years of life.
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