FDA approved the use of Botox in preventing headaches for adults with chronic migraine. It’s not a permanent treatment but it lessens the number days a patient suffers migraine headache. Learn more about botox.
Evidence from a USC scientist shows Botox injections in the muscles surrounding the brow, eyes, forehead, side of the face, and back of the head can sometimes have immediate affects on migraines and helps reduce migraine activity for up to six months following the injections.
In a different UCLA study, 51% of patients (96 patients were tested) who received Botox treatment for their migraines reported complete improvement of their migraine problem.
It would seem that Botox can certainly help relieve and prevent migraine headaches.
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