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Treating migrene with Botox

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About the treatment


Treating migraine with Botox is based on a point injection of botulinum toxin, which relaxes the muscles of the forehead, temples, neck and the back of the head. 

Although Botox raises a lot of controversy, it’s a procedure that is completely safe when following the post treatment recommendations. 


A migraine is a severe pain that lasts several hours in the back, front or side of the head. The pain always happens in one place only. Very often there are visual disturbances that happen a few minutes to an hour before the pain attacks. Most often appear as flickering spots or lines. Blurring or distortion of the image is less common. This is more than just a headache. Migraine often comes with other symptoms such as increased sensitivity to light, sound and smells, as well as loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, numbness of the face, dizziness and speech disorders. The symptoms last from a few to several minutes, in most cases they disappear after 60 minutes, in exceptional cases they last up to 24 hours. These conditions can make it difficult or even impossible to perform basic daily activities, which is why patients are anxious to treat migraines.


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  • New neuromuscular endings, inhibited by the development of botulinum toxin, are formed within 4 to 12 months, therefore patients most often enjoy the obtained effect for about 4-6 months in the case of wrinkles, and the effect for up to 9 or even 12 months in the case of wrinkles. in the treatment of hyperhidrosis.

  • The procedure is almost painless and the punctured area is anesthetized.

  • The effects last for many months.

  • Botox is a completely safe preparation.


The first effects of the treatment appear about 2-3 days after the administration of botulinum toxin. The full effect is achieved after about a week and usually lasts up to 6 months. During this time, the muscle contraction capacity is partially reduced.


Redness at the injection site may be visible immediately after the procedure.


Botox treatment does not require much preparation from the patient,

apart from getting to know the contraindications. Before the procedure, the patient has a consultation. A list of medications should be prepared for the consultation, as certain groups of pharmaceuticals require discontinuation for a certain period of time before the procedure.

Time of treatment: 15-45 minutes                     

Series: 1 time every 4-12 months                           

 Area: head

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There are many causes of sweating, if, while reading this, go one point for you, then this is definitely a treatment for you


  • under severe stress,

  • while experiencing strong emotions,

  • in obesity or overweight,

  • if we are genetically ill,

  • during disorders of the nervous system,

  • with hormonal changes (puberty, menopause),

  • with diabetes,

  • with heart disease,

  • with Parkinson's disease,

  • when eating hot or spicy food,

  • while we have some cancers.


  • pregnancy and breastfeeding,

  • colds and fever,

  • fresh tan,

  • active bacterial, fungal and viral infections (e.g. herpes),

  • taking anticoagulants,

  • taking antibiotics or steroids,

  • tendency to develop keloids / keloids,

  • neuromuscular conduction disorders (myasthenia gravis, Lambert Eaton syndrome),

  • neuromuscular diseases resulting from genetic conditions,

  • allergy to any component of the preparation,

  • use or discontinuation of drugs such as: D-penicillamine, cyclosporine, tubocurarine, pancuronium, galamine, succinylcholine, lincomycin, tetracycline, polymyxin, aminoquinolones, aminoglycosides within the week preceding the procedure


  • on the day of the procedure, you should avoid bending down, lying down, driving a lift and other activities leading to a change in pressure to prevent the preparation from displacing,

  • do not touch and massage the treated area,

  • the treatment area should not be heated, e.g. by a hot bath,

  • for a week you should avoid: sauna, swimming pool, high physical activity, winter sports, exfoliating treatments and epilation.

  • do not take anti-inflammatory drugs, blood thinners or drink alcohol for 24 hours,

  • for 7 days, do not use exfoliating products, creams with vitamin A or acids,

  • make-up can be applied after the lesions in the puncture sites have healed.


Who is performing the treatment?


The procedure is performed by a suitably qualified person.

Is the procedure painful?


The procedure is almost painless and performed

under local anesthesia. During the procedure

The patient feels only slight punctures.

How long does convalescence take?

On the day of the procedure, you should avoid bending down, lying down, elevator rides and other activities changes in pressure to prevent the preparation from moving.

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