You may recognize this post from my other blog.
Chronic migraine is defined as having migraines 15 or more days a month. I was amazed that this treatment eases migraines, as well as, other disorders. (The image above shows Botox injection points)
New guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology suggest that Botox can be used as a “safe and effective” way to treat chronic migraine headaches, among other neurological disorders.
Botulinum toxin is normally used as a cosmetic treatment to smooth out wrinkles, but it can also reduce muscle contractions and the transmission of pain signals by blocking the release of neurotransmitters from nerve endings.
The authors of the updated guideline reviewed scientific studies on the four preparations of botulinum toxin available in the United States.
Chronic migraine is defined as having migraines 15 or more days a month, the study authors explained.
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