As incredible as it may sound, according to the Mayo Clinic close to 80% of the entire population have their septum displaced. This means that the thin wall separating the nasal passage does not actually divide the nostrils into two equal halves – the septum is more inclined on one side, causing the septum to be ‘deviated’.
You may already be aware of several conditions which deviated septum symptoms ultimately result in. While the two main causes of deviated septum are birth defect of the nose and nasal injury, it is also true that all the people with deviated septum may never need to visit a doctor. However when the deviated septum symptoms get severe, then it manifests in a variety of conditions.
5 Common Deviated Septum Symptoms