Dr.  Amir Feily explains the benefits of botox

Excruciatingly severe headaches, nausea, blurred vision, and seizures that suddenly bring a person to the ground is an experience that a person with a (migraine) often experiences.

Occasionally, these headaches are so bothersome and problematic that the person faces severe and unacceptable injuries and pain.

Treatment for this type of headache will vary based on the type and number of seizures that Botox can be cited to.

Migraine is one of the types of headache that unfortunately paralyzes the patient in very severe seizures and can also affect a person’s social and professional behavior.

Therefore, treatment and prevention of migraine attacks play an important and key role in their lives for these people. Although an essential treatment for migraine attacks has not yet been discovered, it is possible to prevent migraine attacks through certain conditions and treatments.

Chronic Migraines The Botox method is one of the methods approved by the FDA and its effects on the headache have been proven since 2010.

Now let’s find out who will see the effects of botox injection on headaches? This is the question most migraine clients ask at Dr. Ask Feily.

The answer is that botox injections are useful for chronic types of migraines. Chronic migraine means that in addition to migraine attacks, the patient has neurological headaches on a daily basis and has headaches for many days a month. If someone has a lower rate of headache (14 days a month or less) or another type of headache, such as a cluster headache, this type of treatment will not work for them.

Botox is a botulinum toxin or neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

Neurotoxins are substances that affect the structure or function of the nervous system. When ingested with spoiled food, this toxin can cause a reaction called botulism because it blocks nerve signals and causes muscle paralysis.

However, botox injections are safe because they are not digested in the stomach and their amount is much less than that found in spoiled foods. Doctors initially used this substance to remove wrinkles on the face because it can relax and soothe the muscles of the face. It also helps people with cerebral palsy control convulsions, and tics.

Doctors who used this substance to remove facial wrinkles later found that patients reported that their headaches decreased significantly, and this incident led to an investigation into the effect of botox migraine injections on the treatment of this type of headache.

Botox is a treatment that has many uses. Aside from being used in treating migraines and curing some diseases caused by muscle disorders and nerves of the face and eyes, and even apart from cosmetic uses; They have also been used to reduce sweating in the body.

According to the young dermatologist Dr. Amir Feily, Botox changes the function of some neurotransmitters, and these are the chemicals in the body that tell the body to respond in certain ways; Botox blocks the neurotransmitters that are associated with the sweat glands.

Forearm botox injections can reduce underarm sweating by 82-87%. This effect usually lasts for 4-12 months, in some cases up to 14 months. People who receive botox injections under the armpits will see results 2-4 days after treatment.

The full effect is usually visible within 2 weeks.

It is important to consult your doctor before sweating to make sure you don’t have an underlying medical condition like thyroid disease and that botox injections are right for you.

Finally, it should be noted that the botox injection is almost straightforward and effective in treating chronic migraines and reducing sweating. And indeed, in the case of sweating, it can easily relieve a person of excessive sweating for about 6 months to a year.

Published on July 28, 2021