Botox injections Treat Migraine

Botox injections can treat chronic migraine. Supervisory Agency U.S. Food and drug Administration (FDA) has issued a statement confirming this.

After the recognition of the FDA that Botox can be an alternative in the treatment process and blefaropasme stabismus, two eye muscle disorders, Botox is now officially be one way of treatment in patients with migraine.

As quoted by Medindia on Saturday (10/16), experts believe botox can help reduce the recurrence of migraine. Botox works by blocking pain receptors or reduce existing inflammation.

Chronic migraine is reported to have attacked the 3.2 million people annually, is the next headache is often accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Patients are usually sensitive to light, sounds and even smells. At the time a migraine coming, the sufferer will feel miserable and can not do anything.

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