Botox Recognized as a Top Neurological Treatment, Especially for Migraines
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The American Academy of Neurology on Monday published new physician guidelines on using BTX for treating stroke, spinal cord or other neurologic injury; cervical dystonia, a disorder of the brain affecting neck muscle control that causes involuntary head tilt or neck movement; blepharospasm, a movement disorder that causes the eyes to close uncontrollably; and chronic and episodic migraine.
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87% of Real Self people said Botox for migraines is worth it.
Botox is FDA-approved for treating migraine headaches. Chronic migraines are those that regularly occur more than 14 days per month. Botox will not cure migraines, but may offer relief from pain.
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