Can Botox really be beneficial for someone's health?
People around the world are using Botox to regain a more youthful appearance, but can Botox really be beneficial for someone’s health?
Approximately 45 million of Americans suffer from migraines each year. Migraines are caused by a neurological disorder that sources severe headaches, nausea, sensitivity to light, and sensitivity to sound. While there are countless medications on the market used to theoretically reduce the severity of pain caused by migraines, they do not cure the attacks. Meanwhile, these medications may help to reduce the pain, but they do not prevent migraines from starting.
After testing Botox on over 1,300 adults in America and Europe who suffer from migraines, the FDA declared that Botox is a successful resource for the prevention of migraines. On average, each Botox treatment produces positive results for migraine relief that potentially can last up to three months.
The FDA also approved the use of Botox to treat hyperhidrosis, a medical condition in which a person perspires excessively and unpredictably. Botox prevents the excessive production of sweat by blocking the nervous system from sending signals to the sweat glands to produce sweat.
The use of Botox in treating depression is also being investigated at this time. The vast uses for Botox are immeasurable. Werschler Aesthetics Spa offers outstanding Botox treatments using the finest techniques in the country. Visit our website or call Werschler Aesthetics Spa at 509.344.FACE to schedule your appointment today.