Boxing with a Deviated Septum and Fatigue

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by DylanDunn, Apr 8, 2017.



  1. sasto

    sasto Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I find it no coincidence that this topic keeps being revived in the spring time.

    I was told I had a badly deviated septum and that it was the reason I had trouble breathing and terrible fatigue. After I got better at managing seasonal allergies and other issues with my immune system all of a sudden the deviated septum isn't a big problem anymore.

    Obviously a deviated septum is annoying but there might be non-surgical options or that fatigue might be something else entirely.
     
  2. Mr305worldwide

    Mr305worldwide New Member Full Member

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    You need oxygen just to live, let alone box brah.
     
  3. MAD_PIGE0N

    MAD_PIGE0N ... banned Full Member

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    Don't give yourself false hope - there isn't and the surgery (septoplasty) is nothing special or traumatic.
     
  4. rodney

    rodney Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Doctor. Surgery. Off a couple of months. Thats all.
     
  5. rodney

    rodney Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Had mine fixed. Felt great after that.
     
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  6. rodney

    rodney Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Yup.
    Had mine done. 3 weeks no problem.
    Back in the gym.
    Good idea.