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All of my life i've been prone to daytime sleepines, depression

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All of my life i've been prone to daytime sleepines, depression and attention issues (even tough im finishing college). But recently i've been diagnosed with a deviated septum which blocks airflow and casues sleep apneas (sleep interruption) both of these supposedly affect cognitive functions.

Do you know of serious studies that analyze this? i would also like to know if i may someday acquire normal brain functioning or if the damage is already done.

I would also like to now if anyone has similar experiencies with this
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same shit as that, anon. a friend got the operation done a year ago but I don't know whether that positively affected the other stuff you mention, I must find out.
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>>18520739
please do
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>>18520619
yes it could play some role in how you're feeling. my surgeon recommended breathe right strips.

getting it corrected surgically will help too, but it might not be a perfect surgery. sometimes after surgery it just deviates again, but I guess it's still worth getting one or two.
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>>18520619
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23980484
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>>18521195
>sometimes after surgery it just deviates again
how the fuck? dont they like break the bone and set it into place?

also im grown up now maybe that happens to teens still developing?
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I have sleep apnea. The deviated septum isnt really too bad. They also usually like to cut out your soft palate and remove your tonsils. The palate surgery is a bitch. Want the painless route? Cpap machine.
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