Our expert says:
A deviated septum may cause nasal obstruction (a blocked nose) and will not usually cause a poor sleeping pattern. It may contribute in patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnoea to a poor sleeping pattern.
You must see your GP to exclude other causes for a poor sleeping pattern, and if this yields nothing, you shoud consult an ENT surgeon for an examination and an opinion.
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