Botox Appears to Reduce Migraines

A double-blind study of migraine headache sufferers at Case Western Reserve University has found that strategically conducted botox injections appear to reduce or eliminate migraine headaches, possibly by relaxing muscles or isolating nerves that may have been subject to excess stress. Botox is occasionally used as a treatment for individuals with localized muscle spasms, outside of any cosmetic use. 83.7% of the people in the subject group reported improvement, however, 57.7% of the control group (placebo) participants also reported enhanced results, leading to the possibility that the placebo effect at work.

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