AeT Breathing with Deviated Septum

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    Hi All,

    I’ve had a look and can’t see this answered anywhere – so apologies if it has been brought up before.

    I have a deviated septum, meaning that one of my nostrils basically doesn’t function, resulting in the majority of my breathing coming orally.

    When it comes to nose breathing, has anyone any experience in this and can anyone assist on what may be a good measure for mouth breathing.

    Many Thanks.

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    Anonymous on #38335

    We no longer recommend nose breathing as a measure of aerobic threshold… We found that athletes with ADS (Aerobic Deficiency Syndrome) can still nose breathe above aerobic threshold.

    A better measure of your aerobic threshold is a drift test.

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