Botox has extended its each beyond wrinkles and has been found effective in reducing the frequency and severity of chronic migraines. It was licensed specifically for the treatment of chronic migraines in 2010.
Research suggests that Botox controls pain in chronic migraine by interrupting the pain pathway thought to play a key role in this kind of headache.
Temporary paralysis of these muscle groups with Botox can reduce chronic migraine for 3-6 months, with repeat treatments required when symptoms return.
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