Alright, so I went to the doctor the other day to sort out a bad cough I've had for a few months. Now I have asthma and all that, so I have breathing troubles in training. Now, the doctor informs me that I have a severely deviated septum, or simply, the inside of my nose is angled to the point where I can only breath through one nostril, causing a drip in the back of my throat and hindered breathing. Now, I was pretty much aware of that since I've been like that since birth, but no doctor has ever really brought it up and I never really think about it. He's sending me to a nose and throat doctor in a few weeks to set up a date to fix this. I'm just wondering, will being able to breath heavier and better through my other nostril as well increase my stamina? How are people with broken noses from fighting affected in their everyday breathing and does the break cause a hinderance from then on in their training? Hopefully this can add a bit more gas to my tank.